Who many bridesmaids do you need in a Jewish wedding?
That's optional, but NO member of the immediate family is left to sit in the audience.
One as a minimum
Once you have asked a friend to be your bridesmaid it is poor etiquette to suddenly choose one of your bridesmaids and tell them they are no longer in the wedding party. If you need to do this because of financial problems then communicate to your bridesmaids the truth and see if they will pay for their own dresses. Many bridesmaids now pay for their own dresses.
I am having a wedding in couple years and my wedding dress is white and camouflage what color would look good for the braid maid to wear?
I have seen bridesmaids wear royal blue, each dress in the style they choose. If you have a spring or summer wedding, perhaps a pastel will be nice. However, with a pastel, you need to check and see what colors look good on your bridesmaids so they do not fade out.
Bridesmaids and the Maid of Honor only need to give a wedding gift and there is no traditional gift to give. They could get them anything from linens; a wine cooler; items for the kitchen or a gift certificate at their favorite store. Most brides have a 'Bridal Registry' at different stores so go to the stores she has chosen and pick a wedding gift from the list.
If the wedding ceremony is held under religious circumstances, then there is a need for a minyan in a wedding, for the religious ceremony conducted by the Rabbi.
Yes, if you give a wedding shower gift you will also have to give a wedding gift. Many brides register at different stores so you could ask her maid of honor; bridesmaids or her mother what stores she has registered at and then go to one of the stores and get a print out of the articles this bride has chosen and choose which one that best fits your budget.
* Your Maid of Honor (single woman) or Matron of Honor (married woman) and your Bridesmaids should all be in verbal contact as the wedding party consisting of the Maid of Honor, Bridesmaids, (if there is a Flower Girl or Ring Bearer) is enhancing the bride by leading the precession down the church aisle so it's better to be in contact with your Maid of Honor and Bridesmaids at least once or twice a week… Read More
The bridesmaids are to serve the brides every need and in most cases they would be sure the train of the wedding dress is smooth and flowing out on the floor the way it should be, but, if the train is very long then the bridesmaids can life the train up just enough to stop it from bunching up.
Yes, it's very easy to marry a Jewish girl if you are not Jewish. In most cases you would need to hav a civil wedding though, because many non-orthodox and all orthodox Rabbis would refuse to perform the ceremony.
It depends on the Rabbi, but the Reform Movement officially supports the standard 10-person minyan for a wedding.
Preferably none. Intermarriage is gradually causing the disappearance of broad segments of the Jewish people. In addition to the Torah's prohibition against intermarriage, there are very many cases in which the spouses use the religious difference as fuel to add to the flames once they're already fighting over other matters. Maintaining a marriage is hard enough without the interfering factor of different religious backgrounds.Also, there is the question of how to raise the children. A… Read More
That depends on the number of people at the wedding.
You do not need any flowers for your wedding. You have what you want ,or more importantly, can afford.
Yes, the bridal party (groomsmen, bridesmaids) do not have to be Lutheran. Roman Catholic Answer You need to speak with your pastor, your priest about this. If either of the people getting married is Catholic then they must get married before a priest. If both of them are protestant, then there is nothing wrong with the wedding, but whether a Catholic may participate in a non-Catholic wedding as an official witness, that you would have… Read More
They do, but might need some help if they don't wear ties on a regular basis.
To be a witness at a Jewish wedding you need to be a Jewish adult who is not related to either member of the wedding couple. Within some parts of Judaism (such as Orthodoxy) you have to be a male, while other parts of Judaism (Reform, Reconstructionist, Renewal, and most of Conservative Judaism) accept males or females as witnesses. Some rabbis (again, usually Orthodox) require that witnesses be observant Jews, and some require that witnesses… Read More
Yes I guess so
Not always. Many people plan their own weddings themselves.
Romance aside, a wedding in front of a justice of the peace need have no more depth than applying for a joint bank account. A religious Jewish wedding, by contrast: Sanctifies the occasion in front of God, as the ceremony includes many blessings to him. It follows traditions that are thousands of years old. It establishes ties to a community and its Rabbi. It includes a reading of the ketubah-document, reminding the couple of their… Read More
Technically ... in order to conduct a ceremony considered to result in a legal marriage under Jewish law ... none. All you really need are a couple with the active intention and desire to marry, a written contract that complies with the required format and content, a small gift such as a cheap ring, and some legal witnesses to some of the steps in the process. To be totally technical, anything else you see during… Read More
After the wedding invitations have been sent; so that would be no sooner that 6-8 weeks before the wedding and no closer than a week before the wedding. Safely, I'd say 3-4 weeks prior to the wedding. The bride may be having multiple showers given for her - you'll need to coordinate these dates. Remember, nobody should be invited to the shower unless they are invited to the wedding. AND immediate family members (mothers, sisters… Read More
Answer You should see your florist and bakery at least 8 months before the wedding. Florists and popular bakeries can get bogged down by weddings and sometimes they run right into the next year. This also includes a church, Minister, Priest, etc., limo service, banquet hall. You also need time to choose your wedding dress (that could take a couple of months) and give yourself time for your fittings and this includes your Maid of… Read More
You have to have a budget you stick too and work with your florist. The average cost could be $200 - $500. Modern and simple is in right now so you don't need a huge wedding bouquet; perhaps a very few tropical flowers with deep emerald green tropical leaves are stunning and cost less. The maid of honor and bridesmaids could have other flowers with the same tropic green leaves.
Jewish people do not need to go to synagogue. Many go because they want to study, pray, or associate with other Jews. The synagogue is the center of Jewish life outside Israel.
WELL over like 2000 people came. but the world was watching the wedding. you need to be more precise
You need to be a little bit more specific with your question. When someone gets married there is a ceremony and a party to follow afterwards, as I believe it is with many religions. Jewish people have a party after the ceremony of a life cycle event such as a birth (bris or baby naming, bar or bat mitzvah, wedding). Obviously there is not a party after a death, but there is a time of… Read More
Wierd! Is that 'pans' as in the kitchen?!
no you do not need a degree to become a wedding planer. but you can have a degree
Wedding planners need to know how to pull together all the details for a wedding. They need contacts for vendors as well as the ability to decorate and organize.
It depends on the Rabbi, but the Reform Movement officially supports having a minyan of 10 adult Jews. However, it's very unlikely that any Reform Rabbi would cancel a wedding over this if they didn't get 10 people to show up.
Different venue have different areas.
bouquets a wedding dress tuxedo
You don't need sisters but they are very supportive and I would do anything to have them at my wedding!
Answer you probably will because you have alot of running around to do? Answer Yes you need a car to be a wedding planner because yo uhave to carry wedding items back and forth.Bye Answer Yes you need a car to be a wedding planner because yo uhave to carry wedding items back and forth.Bye Answer Yes you need a car to be a wedding planner because yo uhave to carry wedding items back and… Read More
You can go many places for wedding skills. You can go to a Bridal Resource and Education center. They will teach you any and everything you need to know about weddings.
There are many Carroll countys in many different states You need to specify which one.
Wedding planners need to be well organized, personable, and good communicators. They need to be familiar with businesses in the area where their business is. Networking with other wedding vendors in the area can help create a successful business.
that's ridiculous there have been many Jewish soldiers who have died fighting there were no Jewish soldiers killed in that war. Need to know the Number of Jewish soldiers killed in Vietnam, Korean War, and Iraq.
The wedding planner is the one that should tell you how many times you need to see him or her. It generally takes three meetings. Going the first time to talk over prices and deciding what you want the wedding planner to do; another meeting to go over everything the wedding planner has been asked to do and then a third time to go over it just to be sure everything is done by the… Read More
They don't need to, they show manners because they wish to convince the other courtiers they are better than them. They could be fscking bridesmaids behind the altar for all I care.
She didn't have a Wedding Planner. Alex and Katie both decided that they didn't need a Wedding Planner to plan there Wedding.
Answer I would think you would not need a "planning" license but maybe, a general business license. Check with your city, township, etc. There is such as thing as a wedding professionals license and it is a good idea to get. Many planners are also apart of a wedding assosication which is also a good idea if you are from a larger regoin. These are especially important to have if you have never done a… Read More
If you do your homework you can plan an awsome wedding yourself. Use your resouces, like the wedding magazines checklist, internet (hundreds of ideas). You need organizing skills and be able to give orders in a firm polite way. You definitely need to be able to stay within your budget. A wedding planner can work with your budget and you will be a calmer bride. A big JOB!
That depends on the number of people attending the wedding. A wedding cake baker can tell you more.
There are no math classes you need to take to become a wedding planner. You don't need certain training or a specific degree. There are wedding planner classes you can take, but they are not heavy in math.
you always need extra so 150 to 200
Well, if you believe you have the skills to do DIY stuff and you've got all the time to do the wedding planning stage, then ignore one. But if it's the other way around, I'm telling you. You really need a wedding planner who can organize all of the details. A wedding consultant will be the one to look for the best wedding vendors. You can get tips at Luxury Wedding Cars (luxuryweddingcars.ie ) as… Read More
It was a very simple wedding, but it met the formalities of what makes a wedding. There was a bride and a groom and an officiant. I know, one usually expects there to be guests, and the father of the bride, and the mother of the groom, and a photographer, and a caterer, and bridesmaids, and a bartender, and a best man and matron of honour, and musicians, and the groom's crotchety maiden aunt, and… Read More
You need to shop around and get the best prices. Ask them to see some of their work. Make-up on the Bride, Maid/Matron of Honor and Bridesmaids should be soft, but also be seen in evening. You don't want anything too dark and garish. Less is best! Depending on the beauty salon for a bride to get her make-up done it can cost $50 and up. The girls in your wedding party should have the… Read More
Bald Jewish men wear a Yarmulka that is big enough that it doesn't need to be attached. Many non-bald Jews do the same thing.