In Tractate Kiddushin, the Talmud reminds us that in love—as in life—inspiration follows preparation
After the Hamas attack of October 7, many Israeli couples changed their plans—moving up dates, or downsizing or postponing ceremonies. Other couples never made it to the chuppah.
How a Hasidic wedding tradition became ubiquitous at Jewish celebrations of every kind
The rise of ‘pious recycling’
Rokhl’s Golden City: Mock marriages, drag brides, and the dangers of dancing
The pandemic turned 300-person hotel weddings into 10-person backyard affairs. Some newlyweds say it was for the best.
A wedding in a parking lot was not what we had planned
A nonprofit organization is helping couples who want an Orthodox wedding without the authorization of the Chief Rabbinate
As a rabbi, I didn’t want Jewish rituals in my daughter’s interfaith wedding
It took a long time to meet my bashert. But at 67, I’m ready to stand under the chuppah.
The future Duchess of Something may be planning to dress Yiddish and think British. Don’t tell her it’s actually the other way around.
The Church of England says it’d be OK for Harry to marry Meghan Markle, a Jewish-American actress
With the help of Chabad, a couple was married under a white chuppah framed by a golden, Cambodian sunset last week
There’s lots to be stressed out about. So take a minute to watch a 7-foot basketball legend dance the dance of love and celebration and happiness.
How far we’ve come, and how far we’ve yet to go, when it comes to LGBT rights
The first Jewish wedding conducted by a local official reportedly took place on Sunday
Just weeks after losing her loved ones, Sarah Tehiya Litman delivers a lesson in true grit
The Israeli supermodel wore a custom Chloé dress, of course