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wedding ceremony (and reception etc.)

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problems (see below), it is strongly recommended that the wedding be scheduled for a date when the bride will not be niddah. She should choose a date at least one week after she expects all bleeding … to have ceased, allowing her enough time to count seven blood-free days and then immerse in the mikveh before the wedding. (Unlike a married woman, a bride does not need to wait five days from …
answered Feb 6 '19 by mbloch
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unwise. For practical reasons a real-time wedding is not possible as there is a due process that needs to take place ahead, e.g., in Israel you need to register, prove Jewishness, take kallah classes …
answered Nov 19 '17 by mbloch
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In Israel these classes are mandatory to get married. They are delivered in multiple places by different groups, e.g., the official rabbanut organizes some, private orgs as well (e.g., Aish HaTorah) a …
answered Dec 7 '17 by mbloch
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There is no reason not to have a Jewish wedding. On the contrary! There is a strong reason to have one, in order to live according to halacha with a kosher wedding and ketuba. Note that, in many … European countries (e.g., Switzerland, France), it is forbidden to have a Jewish wedding without first having a civil wedding. As such, all Jews first have a small wedding ceremony in front of civil …
answered Jan 19 '19 by mbloch
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been found. which is what you might have heard, although they don't connect it to his wedding night. Thanks to @msh210, I found an official source in the introduction to Baal HaTurim's Torah …
answered Nov 10 '19 by mbloch
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the wedding that he has also married a Leah, who represents the unanticipated nature of one's spouse. This unforeseen nature, however, is exactly what one needs in a spouse. As the song goes …
answered Jun 7 '17 by mbloch
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There is no issue in a white gold wedding bad provided that it is the groom's own possession it is worth at least a pruta (a few cents today) and that the bride is clear on what it is (see SA EH 31 …
answered Feb 8 '19 by mbloch