Jewish wedding traditions incorporated into your secular ceremony

Jewish wedding traditions incorporated into your secular ceremony

Jewish wedding traditions incorporated into your secular ceremony

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Ideas for incorporating Jewish wedding traditions into a non-religious wedding ceremony from an experienced wedding officiant,  A Sweet Start . Photo by Photo by  James Owen .

Ideas for incorporating Jewish wedding traditions into a non-religious wedding ceremony from an experienced wedding officiant, A Sweet Start. Photo by Photo by James Owen.

Over the years, I’ve officiated many secular (non-religious) weddings that incorporated Jewish wedding traditions. It’s worked out really well because I happened to have done the same thing in my own wedding in 2006. We had a birch tree huppah with a covering hand-embroidered by my mother, it was beautiful. We also conducted a simple wine ceremony during the proceedings and then concluded our wedding ceremony with a few quiet moments alone. All of these elements happen to come from the Jewish tradition.

Jewish Traditions for Your Wedding Ceremony

You can also find other religious elements you can add into your secular wedding. And other unity rituals that are wonderfully meaningful and help personalize your ceremony.

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