In Europe when they didn't make chasunahs in a hall and instead made chasunahs in private homes or in some open area in the town where did they make the chosson's Tisch? Was the whole procedure of writing the Kesuvah and the eidim signing done in front of guests like it is today? Or was it not done elaborately like today and instead just done in a corner of the house somewhere?
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