Tips in Welcoming Non-Jewish Guests to a Jewish Wedding

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Tips in Welcoming Non-Jewish Guests to a Jewish WeddingAre you having a Jewish wedding and inviting some non-Jewish friends over? Traditional Jewish weddings are in many ways different to other types of weddings so it is important to do every effort to make them feel comfortable during the occasion. Here are some tips to make your non-Jewish friends welcome during your Jewish wedding.

  • If you are making a website for your wedding, include a section that will discuss the nature and traditions of Jewish weddings and the specifics of your Jewish wedding.
  • Make a wedding program which will include a short introduction on Jewish weddings so that your non-Jewish guests will know what to expect during the ceremony.
  • Make sure that your usherettes will be warm and friendly in welcoming your non-Jewish guests.
  • Ask the Rabbi to translate Hebrew prayers so that your non-Jewish guests could understand it.
  • Request from the Rabbi to explain the traditions that will be done all throughout the wedding ceremony.
  • Involve your non-Jewish guests in dancing the Hora.

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