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Jewish wedding rites A cause for celebration A Jewish wedding is one of the cornerstones of the Jewish life cycle and as with all religions, is a great cause for celebration. Although there are many laws and traditions associated with the wedding itself, other rituals take place in the weeks tomorro up to the big day. In the past, it was common for Jewish marriages to be arranged by the parents, with the help of a match-maker, known as a Yenta, and some ultra-Orthodox communities still follow this practice today.

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There is no rule as to what music can and cannot be played during the ceremony, although many couples feel uncomfortable playing music by Wagner such as The Wedding March due to his anti-Semitic viewpoints and popularity with Germany's Nazi party during the s and s. During the service, the bride and groom drink the first of the seven cups of wine, and several prayers are said binding the couple together.

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This symbolises the groom's intent to clothe and protect his wife, and dates back to Biblical times, when Rebekah covered her face before she married Abraham's son Isaac. This is more popular in the winter when Sabbath ends early.

Men will often wear black tie or morning suit, while women usually wear a white wedding dress - however, religious background will often affect the choice outfit worn, with Orthodox women being more modest. The ceremony itself begins with the ing of the Ketubah - the Jewish marriage contract which sets out the legal terms of the marriage.

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As with all communities and religions, Jews like to film their weddings and take photographs, and often this is done between the ceremony and satturday wedding party. There is also no firm rule about who escorts the bride to the Chupa, but traditionally it is the bride's father who accompanies her sometimes both parents will do so.

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It's an effortless conversation topic that can easily lead to a date. The service also features a prayer, usually sung by a cantor, about the sadness Jewish people at the destruction of the Temples in Jerusalem. Even if you're cheering for opposing teams, you can joke around with each other about it, aka you can flirt with each other. Clothing There is no specific traditional dress for a Jewish wedding.

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Ultra-Orthodox couples often hold ceremonies on weekdays. Stand by the food. And the popular, busy coffee shops almost always involve sharing tables with strangers. Some brides walk around their husband-to-be once while more Orthodox brides walk round seven times. As with the engagement ceremony, Jews remember that even in their Normak at being married, they still remember this, and the fact that other sad events have happened in Saturdaj history, and pay respect to those who have suffered.

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It involves breaking a plate to symbolise the destruction of the temples in Jerusalem, as a reminder that even in the midst of celebration Jews still feel sadness for their loss. That small talk could result in s being exchanged. This is ificant for those Jewish women whose husbands refuse to give them a Get, meaning they are unable to remarry. At the gym Guys like picking girls up at the gym because they love the way we look when we aren't wearing makeup or trying too hard.

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