How’s the ancient Jewish Wedding Ceremony performed
The most basic thing about the Jewish wedding ceremony is that the groom gives the bride an item of worth (by tradition, a ring, but other items are also valid), telling her that he is giving her the item in order to wed her according to the Law of Moses and Israel. She must accept the item, and express her consent. This must be done in front of two witnesses who are valid according to Torah law.
The above is the basic core of the wedding ceremony. There are, however, many customs that have been added over the years.
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