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To the bride and groom, commonly I have heard (and given) the blessing: "May you be zocheh to build a bayis ne'eman b'Yisrael!" To the attendees (from the bride and groom), if they aren't married and are of marriageable age, it is common to give them a blessing to find their mate. If they are married, I haven't really heard any "standard" blessing. To the ...


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As far as I know, there are no more beautiful blessings to offer the couple than those included in the Sheva Brachot recited under the chuppa as well as at the end of the wedding. If that's insufficient, for many couples, it's said multiple times throughout the following week, if they have Sheva Brachot meals. Look here for the text in Hebrew, translation ...


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Seriously, the best blessings to give the newborn as well as the parents are already in the Siddur and are said as part of the Brit Milah ceremony. What blessing can be better than saying: כשם שנכנס לברית כן יכנס לתורה ולחופה ולמעשים טובים In the manner that he entered the brit, so shall he enter for Torah (learning and knowledge) the chuppah and the ...


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What I've seen? Everyone wishes everyone "mazal tov." That's about it.


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Keep in mind that there is no halachic requirement to make any type of celebration for a Bar Mitzvah. The day comes, and, the boy is now obligated to perform all mitzvoth and becomes responsible for his actions. Technically, no one needs to even "cheer" about it in any way, though, of course it is a nice action. That's from the halachic view. In my shul, ...



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