The Deep Meaning Behind An Orthodox Jewish Wedding

Meet Hadassa and Ze'ev, a young couple who unite their souls in the holy mitzvah of marriage before they've even held hands.

From the series, World Wide Wed

Comments (7)

(7) Jacque Lumb, September 11, 2021 4:05 AM

Za ev and Hadassah wedding

How romantic?!,!! The purpose of a man is to love a woman and the purpose o. Of a woman is to love a man. Thats the way we were created. It was said Male and He created them. Vive l. La differance! There's nothing a woman loves more than romancea ff And before I forget to a d. Add, the woman dancing on the floor is the Mother of the Bride. I was never that flexible when I was that age. A Catholic Elder from Nebraska

(6) Anonymous, November 29, 2018 4:24 AM

wonderful teaching tool

I was searching for the perfect video to introduce Jewish Weddings in my Lifecycle course for high school teens. This was it as it inspired many questions and great discussions. Thank you Ze'ev and Haddasah for sharing this incredible time of you life with everyone and doing so in such an upbeat, eloquent and insightful manner.

(5) Dr Jabez S R V, November 28, 2018 9:57 AM

God bless you both

Amazing! Simply superb wedding ceremony. Love from an Indian.

(4) Anonymous, May 29, 2018 5:58 AM

Rivka Malka looks so beautiful it brings me to tears. I want to look like that one day...

(3) MESA, May 28, 2018 4:21 PM

They are a beautiful couple and I hope they build a Bayit Ne'eman B'Yisrael. BTW, Rivka Malka (mother of the kallah) wore a GORGEOUS headwrap.

(2) raisy, May 27, 2018 11:52 AM


I was brought to tears by the sweetness of these young people. May G-d bless your marriage that it contain an abundance of loving friendship

(1) Anonymous, May 27, 2018 11:30 AM

I loved this video.......

And I plan to stay away from interfaith wedding " ceremonies". I have been invited to a few interfaith weddings, and have reluctantly sat through said ceremonies. This life of a Baal Teshuva is hard but worth it!!


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