If you or a loved one from a Jewish background is planning a wedding, you probably have tons of questions. What are the components of a Jewish wedding? How can we create a meaningful and interfaith-friendly ceremony? The links in the outline below will lead you to information about the various ceremony components and what they mean.
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Modern-day Interfaith-Jewish Wedding Order
This can be adapted to your preferences, your officiant's or officiants' needs, or family preference.
Signing of the Ketubah prior to the chuppah ceremony, usually half an hour or so before the scheduled wedding start time. Or during the ceremony.
The Kiss! (THIS ONE IS UP TO YOU!)
Typically includes blessing over bread and blessing over wine offered by family and friends, as well as the wedding couple and their parents being lifted up in chairs, a Hora dance and possibly a Mezinke dance.