Jewish Wedding Ceremony

A Jewish Ceremony Checklist

On the day of the wedding a reliable person (not the bride or groom) should bring the following to the wedding:

  • Table(s) and tablecloths (for the ketubah signing and under the Chuppah)
  • Ketubah and pen
  • Huppah and poles
  • Kiddush cups and wine
  • Glass for breaking (in a napkin or pouch)
  • Rings
  • Wedding programs
  • Kippot (yarmulkes) for guests

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Rabbi Shai

Rabbi Shai Specht-Sandler is a Jewish and Interfaith wedding and life cycle officiant, singer-songwriter, certified relationship and life coach, published author, educator and motivational speaker.

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