Wedding / Engagement

Engagement and Wedding is considered a holy undertaking in Jewish law and when a couple publicly commits to each other, it is cause for much celebration. Traditionally, although not married in the physical or financial sense, the engagement is a betrothal, a formal commitment, of the intent to marry, and in some religious circles, is as binding as the marriage itself. The couple fast on the day until the end of the ceremony, to symbolise the spiritual purity of the occasion. Weddings take place under a wedding canopy, symbolising the walls of the new home, there is an exchange of rings and vows are spoken.

Engagement and Wedding is considered a holy undertaking in Jewish law and when a couple publicly commits to each other, it is cause for much celebration.

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