The most amazing Wedding Entrance you will ever see

Jewish weddings are a wonderful ceremony. The bride and groom do not see each other before the ceremony. The bride sits down with a veil over her face, and the groom approaches and lifts the veil to see the bride. Then they walk to the wedding canopy, also known as the chuppah. The bride circles the groom seven times. Then seven blessings are recited. The groom places a ring on the brides finger. Towards the end of the ceremony, the groom steps on a glass and breaks it. This symbolizes the recognition that although we are celebrating at ahappy occasion, we still remember the broken pieces of the Beit Hamikdash, and even when we are totally happy we don’t forget the Beit Hamikdash. After the blessings are said and the glass is broke and the ring is given, people usually wish the couple a hearty “Mazel tov”. At a typical wedding, you can enjoy delicious food and energetic dancing. The guests do there best to celebrate, and sometimes the dances can be out of the ordinary. This video is definitely something you don’t see every day.

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