This increases the anticipation and excitement of the event.
Therefore, prior to the wedding ceremony, the chatan and kallah greet guests separately.
” “Bring them all, as well,” the Israeli Jew answered.
They all entered the car, which was no easy task, even for a car as large as the limousine.
The first cup accompanies the betrothal blessings, recited by the rabbi.At this time there is an Ashkenazi tradition for the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom to stand together and break a plate.The reason is to show the seriousness of the commitment ― just as a plate can never be fully repaired, so too a broken relationship can never be fully repaired.Just as the world was built in seven days, the kallah is figuratively building the walls of the couple's new world together.The number seven also symbolizes the wholeness and completeness that they cannot attain separately.