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wedding ceremony (and reception etc.)

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The kesuba serves as documentary testimony that the groom accepted upon himself the responsibilities entailed therein. It is not an I.O.U., but it is the documentation of his acceptance. Consider the …
answered Mar 18 '19 by Y     e     z
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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 family and friends from other wedding
answered Feb 12 '16 by Y     e     z
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That specific formulation is certainly not necessary. The Gemara (Kiddushin 5a) has several variant formulations: כיצד בכסף? נתן לה כסף או שוה כסף ואמר לה "הרי את מקודשת לי", "הרי את מאורסת לי", " …
answered Feb 11 '16 by Y     e     z
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She has a chuppas niddah. It was a dispute among the Rishonim as to what extent chuppas niddah is effective, but common practice is that they go ahead with the wedding as normal (Shach Yoreh De'ah …
answered Feb 15 '16 by Y     e     z
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I was involved with someone who had the following situation (I don't know the sources involved in the decision, just the guidance that was given. HaRav Tzvi Berkowitz was the Rav being consulted): Th …
answered Apr 8 '19 by Y     e     z
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fellow like yourself" There is no mention of this requirement being at all related specifically to the night of the wedding. Furthermore, the source text and the reasoning have no reason to apply … times of the Talmud happened a full 12 months before consummation of the marriage5 (Mishna Kesubos 57a). Yaakov saw Rachel many times. He presumably must have seen her shortly before the wedding, as …
answered Jan 20 '15 by Y     e     z
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cancel the wedding, I was just choosing not to participate. If they have the right to make the wedding, I have the right to not join in. I was very surprised that this was well-taken. Like I said, everyone's family and situation is different, and this is what (seemingly) worked for me. …
answered Dec 8 '14 by Y     e     z