Would you like to have your Jewish ceremony in Tuscany? Bianco Bouquet can help you to make that happen with our expertise and past experience.

Traditionally, the ceremony takes place under the Chuppah, and Bianco Bouquet can help you create your wedding canopy and select the perfect site to celebrate the best day of your life.

Furthermore, Bianco Bouquet can assist you with your legal documents and religious customs; our staff is able to accommodate your needs, from the creation of the Chuppah, to the music, menu and Kosher catering.

The contemporary Jewish wedding ceremony is divided in two phases: the Erusin, the blessing over the wine, and Nissuin the marriage, the beginning of a new life together.

The ceremony ends with the glass broken by the groom; it’s the same glass that the Rabbi hold in his hands during the first part of the blessingand then hands it to the bride and groom to drink together from the same glass. After, the groom wraps the glass in a cloth and crushes it, and the guests shout Mazel tov!

Between the ceremony and the reception there is another very important moment for the newlyweds: the Yichud, that in Hebrew means Together, in which the bride and groom are left alone to complete the ceremony. This private moment gives the couple a magical moment to enjoy the beginning of the new life together.

During the reception dancing is an important feature of a Jewish wedding, which includes the Horah and the Mitzvah tantz.

After the meal, the Birkat Hamazon is recited by everyone, finishing with the blessing over the wine, where two glasses of wine are poured into a third, symbolizing the beginning of a new life together.

Bianco Bouquet is the ideal agency to make the most important day of your life special.

 

Some pictures of our spouses! photo credits Andrea Sampoli

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