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What is a Mitzvah Tanz?

by on 06-30-2012 07:00PM in Weddings

Mitzvah tantz is the Hasidic custom of the men dancing before the bride on the wedding night, after the wedding feast. Commonly, the bride, who usually stands perfectly still at one end of the room,

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How to Save a Bundle on your Jewish Wedding Reception

by on 06-30-2012 07:00PM in Weddings

Mazel Tov! So you’re getting ready to start planning your Jewish wedding. By the time you’ve totaled up the number of guests you would like to invite to your wedding, you may realize that the reception is going to be your biggest expense. If you plan carefully, you’ll find you can save thousands of [...]

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How to Plan your Jewish wedding on a Budget

by on 06-30-2012 07:00PM in Weddings

Jewish Wedding Planning can get very expensive. The average cost of a Jewish wedding is more than $25,000. If you can plan carefully could literally cut down the costs by half. If you haven’t already started using iSimcha’s easy simcha planning tools, then start planning your Jewish wedding now. Our [...]

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Choosing the right Invitation Style for your Jewish Wedding

by on 06-30-2012 07:00PM in Weddings

Your Jewish wedding invitations will be an essential part of your wedding theme.  Choosing the right style will set the tone for your overall wedding motif.  Like the chuppah wedding ceremony itself, it must be beautiful and personal.Selecting the Design for your Jewish Wedding [...]

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The Traditional Jewish Wedding

by on 06-30-2012 07:00PM in Weddings

A traditional Jewish wedding is full of meaningful rituals and customs. Each one symbolizing a new aspect of the journey the soon-to-be husband and wife are about to take. There are various halachot (Jewish Laws), and customs regarding the precise ceremony. Halachically (according to Jewish Law), [...]

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