Question by  TaxTipper (13)

What is the etiquette for invitations to a Jewish wedding?


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

Invitations will be either written in English or old Hebrew. The wording suits more a union before the eyes of God than of a marriage. It speaks of always being true to the law of God and will sometimes have quotes from the Bible.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Some couples have the wording in both English and Hebrew, though this is not required. The wording should suit you and your fiance. There are lots of websites that offer examples of quotes that can be added, but most importantly you should include the who, where, date and time.


Answer by  acelanders67 (381)

Pending on whether or not you yourself are Jewish, it would be important to read up on the traditions and cermonies with the wedding process. Even if it's briefly skimming a summary over this right of passage, you'll be all-the-more prepared towards blending in with the scenery. With invitations, the more religious you present yourself, the better.


Answer by  karenkay (343)

Jewish wedding invitations talk about people being joined together rather than one person being married to another. Also, Jewish wedding invitations are also printed in both Hebrew and English. The Hebrew appears on the right inside page.

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