Every religion and culture has its unique ritual objects and garments that are part of wedding ceremonies. When planning for your Jewish interfaith wedding you will want to consider which to include. You may choose to include ritual objects and garments from multiple traditions or just Jewish ones. We will explain some of the Jewish ones here. […]
By Maria Bywater I grew up in a large, close Catholic family, so when I got married in a Jewish wedding ceremony, finding meaningful roles for everyone in my family proved challenging. I had converted to Judaism, and the rabbi required that the roles linked to Jewish ritual—–signing the ketubah (Jewish marriage contract) and reciting […]
A video explaining the ritual items, layout and features of a synagogue, preparing you for your first visit.
Receiving a tallit, prayer shawl, can be a moving focal point of a bar or bat mitzvah.
An informative article of the traditions of the Jewish wedding and the changes in such rituals that have occurred over time.
Reprint of a St. Louis rabbi?s professional?advice about dos and don?ts when invited to a bar mitzvah. Reprint.
Today’s vendor blog is about florists…I was so excited after our initial meeting with a highly recommended florist. Like our photographer, she asked all kinds of great questions when she found out our wedding would be interfaith. She asked things like whether there would be a chuppah, and if so, would we want flowers on […]