Engaged? Jewish Traditions Before a Wedding

Engaged? Jewish Traditions Before a Wedding

Seven Jewish customs and traditions observed before marriage.

 

Jewish marriage begins before the ceremony. This video briefly illustrates traditions that add depth meaning and joy to the beginning of life together.

This two minute video explains some or all of the traditions observed before marriage.

Written by Richard J Paracka

 

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