Do you kiss the bride before or after breaking the glass?

Do you kiss the bride before or after breaking the glass?

If you're going to do the glass-breaking, then it happens towards the end of the ceremony-after the pronouncement and kiss, not before. (At a Jewish wedding there is no public kiss, but that's another story.)9 dic 2014

What is the tradition of breaking glass at a wedding?

Breaking the glass is supposed to recall the destruction of the temples. It's a way of remembering the tragedy of Jerusalem "even at the happiest hour" — that is to say, your wedding.14 abr 2017

Why do Jews break plates at weddings?

The reason Jews break a glass during the wedding ceremony is to remember two of the most important and tragic events of Jewish history: the destruction of the Jewish temples. In an otherwise joyous occasion, it's a ritual that tempers that happiness and allows for a moment of reflection.14 abr 2017

How do you break a wedding tradition?

- Wearing a white dress. While white gowns scream bridal, we're already seeing more brides to opt for other colors. ... - Girls as bridesmaids, guys as groomsmen. ... - Taking formal portraits. ... - Having a receiving line.

How do you break a glass at a wedding?

At some point during the marriage ceremony (the exact point varies between different traditions, but usually during the end), a glass wrapped in cloth is placed on the ground under the chuppah, or bridal canopy. One member of the couple stomps on it, and the congregation shouts "mazal tov!" in congratulations.14 abr 2017

What kind of glass is broken at a Jewish wedding?

Some people use a wine glass and even others buy special glass made to break easily (but that's totally not necessary since a light bulb does the trick and has a nice loud POP!). Immediately upon the breaking of the glass the crowd shouts “Mazel tov!” which means “Good luck!” in Hebrew.18 nov 2015