Photographing Jewish Weddings: A Complete Handbook for Professionals

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Most Jewish officiants sing the blessings in the original Hebrew and translate each blessing into English. These blessings are ancient, and a lot of contemporary couples prefer to use modern creative translations. Also, the original wording of the blessings refers only to heterosexual weddings. Creative Jewish liturgists have written modified versions of these blessings, in Hebrew and in English, which honor same-sex weddings. At the end of the seven blessings, the rabbi blesses a second cup of wine and invites the couple to take a sip.

After the seven blessings, some rabbis will recite another set of traditional blessings over the couple. They end with the smashing of a glass. Many couples also want to have a kiss at the conclusion of their ceremony, which can fit nicely right before or after the smashing of the glass. Get ready to sing and celebrate with this video. There are several interpretations of the meaning of smashing a glass, as well as contemporary alternative interpretations.

You can also see a fun short video taken from a same-sex wedding in which we see both grooms smashing a glass. Some couples like to have music resume at this point, followed immediately by a recessional. The rabbi usually mentions, just before the glass smash, that the couple is going to do this, and may offer any other short practical instructions to guests at this point as well. Taking a little time to be alone together before returning to your celebrating guests can be rewarding and grounding.

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By InterfaithFamily. Ketubah Signing. Read more about the ketubah here. Read more about the processional here. Credit: Lauren Methia Photography. See sample programs here. The ring ceremony concludes the first of two distinct parts of the Jewish wedding ceremony. The second part of the ceremony showers blessings upon the couple. Most Jewish officiants sing the blessings in the original Hebrew and translate each blessing into English.

These blessings are ancient, and a lot of contemporary couples prefer to use modern creative translations.

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Also, the original wording of the blessings refers only to heterosexual weddings. Creative Jewish liturgists have written modified versions of these blessings, in Hebrew and in English, which honor same-sex weddings. At the end of the seven blessings, the rabbi blesses a second cup of wine and invites the couple to take a sip.

After the seven blessings, some rabbis will recite another set of traditional blessings over the couple.

They end with the smashing of a glass. Many couples also want to have a kiss at the conclusion of their ceremony, which can fit nicely right before or after the smashing of the glass.

Photographing Jewish Weddings

Get ready to sing and celebrate with this video. There are several interpretations of the meaning of smashing a glass, as well as contemporary alternative interpretations.


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You can also see a fun short video taken from a same-sex wedding in which we see both grooms smashing a glass. Some couples like to have music resume at this point, followed immediately by a recessional. The rabbi usually mentions, just before the glass smash, that the couple is going to do this, and may offer any other short practical instructions to guests at this point as well. Taking a little time to be alone together before returning to your celebrating guests can be rewarding and grounding. Read the next section: Ritual Wedding Objects and Clothing.

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Ketubah Signing. Read more about the ketubah here. Read more about the processional here.