Jewish Wedding Invitation

Wording & Etiquette

 

What to include

Watercolor Greenery Chuppah – Jewish Wedding Invitation is a perfect blend of modernity and tradition. The invitation features a beautifully hand-drawn chuppah with striking flowers and greenery leaves adorning the sides of the wedding invitation. The text “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine” is arch designed in both Hebrew and English, showcasing the essence of a Jewish wedding.

Step-by-Step Guide

How to Choose Your Key Elements for Jewish Wedding Invitations

As couples plan their Simcha celebration, they have many decisions to make. Jewish wedding invitations provide a special way to incorporate their values and important symbols like the Chuppah, Tree of Life, Jerusalem, Star of David, Tallit, and more, conveying a meaningful message to their guests.
In this comprehensive guide, we’ve gathered information to help you choose your Jewish or Hebrew wedding invitations.

1. Bilingual Invitation

  • Decide if you want your invitation in both Hebrew and English.
  • A. One Side Invitation: Side by side or English at the top and Hebrew at the bottom
  • B. Two-Sided Invitation: Identical Hebrew invitation on one side and English wording on the other.
  • C. Folder Invitation: The front displays your invitation design; inside, Hebrew is on the right, and English is on the left.

or One Card – English with Few Hebrew Details: Invitation details in English, including the couple’s names and the date in both English and Hebrew, are all printed on one card.

Introducing our Modern Wedding Rings Jewish Wedding Invitations, where two circle etchings form rings, each bearing your wedding details in Hebrew and English. These rings are elegantly adorned with a unique floral design, surrounding your wedding details in a delicate embrace. Your names are prominently displayed in a fancy, elegant typeface, showcasing your sophisticated style. At the top of the card, the cherished phrase "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine" is beautifully presented in both Hebrew and English, adding a heartfelt touch to your invitation suite.
Simple and beautiful Jewish Wedding invitations with modern dark smoke and gold brocade surrounding this Bilingual Hebrew and English Wedding invitation.

Hebrew and English on One Card: Side by side

This Hand Painted Border – Jewish Wedding Invitations invitation brings together elegance, tradition, and customization. The Hebrew and English phrase “I have found the one whom my soul loves” is beautifully written in calligraphy and is crowned with modern flowers, adding a touch of sophistication to your event. The invitation also features a hand-painted navy border, adding a personalized touch to your special day. The event details are written in both stylish English and Hebrew calligraphy.
Under the Chuppah in Bark Jewish Wedding Invitation is a favorite in our Jewish wedding affair, Meet us under the Chuppah. Here, we gave it the “Fancy Jewish Wedding affair” treatment, making it the perfect invitation suite for an elegant, contemporary, and fancy affair.
Mazal Tov: An Elegantly Hebrew Wedding Invitation Under the Chuppah Step into an invitation that exudes elegance and Jewish tradition with our "Mazal Tov Under the Chuppah" Hebrew Wedding Invitation. If you seek an invitation that embodies timeless Jewish culture, your search ends here. Chuppah, A Symbol of Tradition: The chuppah, a timeless symbol of Jewish culture, graces this luxurious, heavy card invitation. Its leaves and flowers etching are a nod to nature and growth, mirroring the journey of love and unity that marriage signifies.
Mazal Tov Under the Chuppah Wedding Invitations details on this gorgeous wedding invite design. All of your custom wedding wording is spelled out in a mix of modern type and a light texture pattern adds a special touch.

Two-Sided Invitation: Identical Hebrew invitation on one side and English wording on the other.

Folder Invitation: The front displays your invitation design; inside, Hebrew is on the right, and English is on the left.

I am my beloved – Folder Wedding Invitation
The delicate Chuppah Jewish wedding invitation features a stunning depiction of a chuppah enveloping the invitations, with the poles of the chuppah bearing the phrase: 'Od Yishama B'ari yehuda Uvechutzot Yerushalayim, Kol Sasson Vekol Simcha, Kol Chatan Vekol Kalah.' Atop the chuppah design are beautiful navy flowers, accentuating the elegance of the invitation. The wedding details are presented in clear and elegant typography, while the names of the bride and groom are displayed in fancy Hebrew and English script.

The layout is simple: English at the top of the invitation and Hebrew at the bottom of the invitation.

English with Few Hebrew Details – one cards:

Invitation details in English, including the couple’s names and the date in both English and Hebrew, are all printed on one card.
Green Watercolor Leaves - Jewish Wedding Invitation is a perfect blend of modernity and tradition. The invitation features a beautifully hand-drawn watercolor leaves  greenery leaves adorning the sides of the wedding invitation. The text "I found the whom my soul loves" is arch designed in both Hebrew and English, showcasing the essence of a Jewish wedding. The unique watercolor effect used in the design adds a touch of artistic flair, giving the invitation a refreshing and contemporary feel. The layout of the invitation is modern and clean, making it easy to read and understand all the important details of your special day. With this invitation, you can invite your guests to your wedding in style, and let them know that they are in for a beautiful and unforgettable celebration.

Hebrew Invitation –

The invitation is entirely in Hebrew
ThisPurple Flower Chuppah - Email Paperless Hebrew Wedding Invitation is simply stunning ideal for a chic and modern wedding. The stunning purple flowers add a touch of sophistication and class, with dark smoke and plum accents that create a dramatic and romantic atmosphere. Your guests are sure to be impressed by this invitation suite, which will set the tone for a truly unforgettable wedding celebration."

2. Choosing Your Jewish Wedding Invitation Pasook:

It is common for couples to want to include a Hebrew Pasook (verse from the Torah) in their Jewish or Hebrew wedding invitation.

I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine – אני לדודי ודודי לי

This pasook is derived from the Shir Hashirim (Song of Solomon 6:3). This phrase signifies the mutual love and commitment between the bride and groom. It emphasizes the idea that in marriage, each partner belongs to the other, and they are bound together in love and devotion. It is a beautiful and poetic expression of the deep connection and partnership that marriage represents.

Impressive Chuppah Jewish Wedding Invitations is favorite in our Jewish wedding greenery and garden gold and wine Roses flowers and flowery wedding affair, leaf and leaves in gold and dark smoke and earth collection.
Elegance Jewish Wedding Invitation: Delicate Branches & Gold Roses Jewish Wedding Invitation Step into a world of beauty with our Delicate Branches & Gold Roses Jewish Wedding Invitation. This artistry invitation combines classic motifs with contemporary elegance to create a Jewish invitation that beautifully captures the essence of a Jewish wedding. At the forefront of this invitation, a delicate arrangement of silver branches gracefully encircles the card. Gold-etched roses, meticulously placed, add an aura of sophistication and romance, infusing each detail with grace and charm. Atop the card, in ornate script, the phrase "I am my beloved and my beloved is mine" adds a touch of poetic sentiment. In Hebrew, it's beautifully translated as "Ani L'Dodi V'Dodi Li," a declaration of love and commitment that resonates through generations. But it's not just words that make this invitation special. The names of the bride and groom, are prominently and elegantly displayed, a contemporary design to this traditional piece. This invitation is more than just an introduction to a wedding; it's a work of art that will be cherished forever.

I have found the one whom my soul loves – מצאתי את שאהבה נפשי

This quote is from Shir Hashirim (Song of Solomon 3:4) and symbolizes finding one’s soulmate, deep love, and commitment in a Jewish wedding. It adds a romantic and spiritual touch to the ceremony.

This invitation is a vibrant and unique choice for a Jewish wedding celebration. With a beautiful love bird design and a colorful pomegranate branch, it's sure to capture your guests' attention. The combination of Hebrew for the quote "I have found the one whom my soul loves" adds a meaningful touch. The natural and elegant elements of the pomegranates, leaves, and birds on the branch make this invitation a perfect representation of the couple's celebration.
Introducing our exquisite Greenery Branches - Jewish Wedding Invitations! This beautifully designed invitation features delicate greenery branches gracefully adorning the two corners of the card, adding a touch of natural elegance. To highlight the names of the bride and groom, we've chosen a sophisticated serif font that adds a touch of timeless charm. Alongside the English names, the Hebrew names will also be prominently displayed, ensuring the celebration truly honors Jewish traditions.

Od Yisama B’ari Yehuda U’Bechutoz Yerushalayim” עוד ישמע בערי יהודה ובחוצות ירושלים

This Pasook: “Od yisama b’ari Yehuda u’bechutoz Yerushalayim,” means “And it will be heard again in the cities of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem.” It’s often used in Jewish weddings to express the hope and happiness that weddings bring. It symbolizes the joy and celebration that fill the streets of Jerusalem and the cities of Judah during a wedding, highlighting the festive nature of the ceremony. 
This Classy Motif - Jewish Wedding Invitation features a timeless and classy design with Hebre and English wedding details in a contemporary layout that is sure to impress your guests. Includes both English and Hebrew for your guests. The inclusion of the Pasuk ‘Od yishama b'arei Yehudah uv'chutzot Yerushalayim.” in Hebrew on top of the card עוֹד יִשָׁמַע בְּעַרֵי יְהוּדָה וּבְחוּצוֹת יְרוּשָלַיִם adds a special touch and can make the invitation feel even more personal. 
Navy and Charcoal Lavish Monogram – Jewish Wedding Invitations that feature a simple but elegant Hebrew monogram surrounding your wedding details. Display your names in a fancy elegant type Guests will admire your elegant style.

Kol Sasson V’Kol Simchah Kol Chatan V’kol Kallah –
עוד ישמע בערי יהודה ובחוצות ירושלים, קול ששון וקול שמחה קול חתן וקול כלה

The phrase “Kol Sasson V’Kol Simchah Kol Chatan V’Kol Kallah” קול ששון וקול שמחה קול חתן וקול כלה is from ירמיהו, פסוק י”א and is often used in Jewish weddings. It means “The voice of joy and the voice of gladness, the voice of the groom and the voice of the bride.” This phrase represents the happiness of a wedding, with the voices of the couple joining in the celebration. 

Choosing Jewish and Hebrew Wording for Your Wedding Program

You’ll need to choose the wording elements for your Jewish wedding invitation based on whether you’re Reform, Orthodox, Ashkenazi, or Sephardic.
B”H” is a common abbreviation, mainly used by Ashkenazi Jews, for “Behezrat Hashem” ב”ה or “baruch Hashem,” ברוך השם both meaning “G-D Willing.” This abbreviation is frequently included in Jewish wedding invitations or Jewish Benchers Cards or Jewish Bencher Folders to invoke a sense of divine support and blessings for the celebration.
BS”D (besiata d’shmaya): BS”D בס”ד is an Aramaic phrase, meaning “with the help of Hashem,” primarily used by Sephardic Jews. This abbreviation is frequently included in Jewish wedding invitations or Jewish Benchers Cards or Jewish Bencher Folders to invoke a sense of divine support and blessings for the celebration.
Be’Ezrat Hashem Yitbarach בעזרת השם יתברך: All these expressions convey the idea of “with the help of G-D” or “with God’s help” and are predominantly used by Orthodox Jews.
This abbreviation is frequently included in Jewish wedding invitations or Jewish Benchers Cards or Jewish Bencher Folders to invoke a sense of divine support and blessings for the celebration.

With gratitude to Hashem – ′בשבח והודאה לה

This phrase is mostly used by Orthodox Jewish couples. Traditional Jewish wedding invitations in this style radiate joy and celebration, avoiding a solemn or formal tone. They begin by praising and thanking Hashem for this special moment. Phrases like “with gratitude to Hashem” adorn these Jewish wedding invitations, elevating the tone with reverence and thankfulness, in contrast to the more traditional “request the honor of your presence.

Hebrew Date – תאריך עברי

Orthodox couples often choose to include the additional Hebrew date on their Jewish wedding invitations, reflecting their commitment to preserving Jewish traditions and customs.

Kabalat Panim – קבלת פנים

During the Kabbalat Panim, guests gather to greet and entertain the bride and groom. Orthodox couples may specify the timing of this event on their Jewish wedding invitations so that guests can join in this cherished tradition.

Bedeken

This cherished pre-wedding ceremony involves the groom veiling the bride. To ensure that guests don’t miss this heartfelt moment, Orthodox couples opt to include the Bedeken’s timing in their Jewish wedding invitations, warmly inviting everyone to be part of this special and meaningful tradition.

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Dress code

Dressing modestly at an Orthodox Jewish wedding is similar to wearing black tie at formal events. It shows respect for traditions, includes covering shoulders, appropriate skirt/dress length, and no jeans or shorts for men. The choice of the heading for your Jewish wedding invitation is not just a matter of aesthetics; it carries profound cultural and emotional significance.

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4. Jewish Wedding Invitation Designs

When designing a Jewish wedding invitation, couples have the opportunity to infuse their invitation with a rich tapestry of Jewish symbols and design elements that hold profound cultural and spiritual significance. These elements not only add a unique and meaningful touch to the Jewish wedding invitation but also serve to convey the couple’s connection to their Jewish heritage and traditions.
The Beautiful Chuppah Jewish wedding invitation feature elegant and intricate etchings of delicate flowers that are commonly seen on chuppah. These flowers symbolize love, growth, and hope for the future, making them a perfect choice for a wedding invitation. This invitation design is a beautiful and meaningful choice that will set the tone for a wonderful wedding celebration.

Chuppah

A prevalent choice in Jewish wedding designs, couples often incorporate a chuppah design into their wedding invitations, symbolizing the significance of the chuppah ceremony. This creative and meaningful Jewish element is frequently adorned with flowers, roses, or leaves, enhancing the beauty and creativity of the invitations.

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An exquisite portrayal of a colorful chuppah graces this Jewish wedding invitation, adorned with vibrant floral arrangements in a multitude of hues encircling its poles. At the top, the Hebrew phrase 'Kol Sason Vekol Simcha Kol Chatan Vekol Kallah' is elegantly inscribed, conveying 'the voice of joy and the voice of gladness, the voice of the groom and the voice of the bride,' alongside romantic English and Hebrew script beneath the Hebrew names. This enchanting design captures the essence of celebration, making it a perfect choice for a Jewish wedding.
A focus on fabulous Wedding Wishes Jewish Wedding Invitations makes this wedding invitation a true representation of modern-day design along the Pasook: "Ani L'Dodi V'Dodi Li,”  and "I am my beloved and my beloved is mine" –  in Hebrew and English.
Interwined Trees Jewish Wedding Invitations

Tree of Life

A prevalent choice in Jewish wedding designs, couples frequently incorporate a Tree of Life design into their wedding invitations. This serves as a meaningful Jewish element, symbolizing prosperity and the establishment of a strong foundation for their life together. Tree of Life designs often feature pomegranates, apples, or leaves, infusing a modern touch into their Jewish wedding invitations, while retaining a deep symbolic connection.

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Jerusalem

A prevalent choice in Jewish wedding designs, couples often incorporate a Jerusalem design into their Jewish wedding invitations. This serves as a meaningful Jewish element, symbolizing a profound connection to the holy land of Israel. For couples who choose to get married in Jerusalem, including the city’s design on their wedding invitations beautifully reflects their special connection to this sacred place, adding a spiritual and cultural dimension to their wedding stationery.

This Blooming in Jerusalem Jewish Wedding Invitation features floral blooming surrounding Jerusalem with your wedding details. The top "I am my beloved and my beloved is mine" printing in Hebrew. Our invitations printed on Mohawk 130lb. heavy card stock. You have the ability to change your text, fonts and colors.

Star of David

A common and deeply meaningful choice in Jewish weddings, couples frequently incorporate a Star of David design into their Jewish wedding invitations. This iconic symbol holds profound significance, representing a deep connection to the Jewish faith and heritage. Whether presented in a modern or traditional design, including the Star of David on their Jewish wedding invites is a beautiful way for couples to express their special connection to this Jewish element, infusing their wedding invitation with a layer of spiritual and cultural importance.

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White Double Charcoal Border - Wedding Invitation

Tallit

In Jewish weddings, it’s customary and meaningful for couples to include a tallit design in their Jewish wedding invitations. This design symbolizes the tallit worn under the Chuppah, signifying shelter and unity for the bride and groom. It adds tradition and depth to their celebration.

Your Tallit and Chuppah Arch - Email Paperless Jewish Wedding Invitation a fresh and vibrant feel. The combination of the wooden Chuppah and the tallit, which is a traditional Jewish prayer shawl, symbolizes the blending of modernity and tradition in a beautiful way.
Elegant Jewish Wedding Invitations: A Tapestry of Tradition and Love Our Jewish Wedding Invitations, adorned with a Chuppah wrapped in a Tallit, weave a beautiful narrative of tradition, unity, and love. Kol Sasson v'Kol Simcha: At the heart of this invitation, in elegant Hebrew script, we present the phrase "Kol Sasson v'Kol Simcha." Translated, it means "The voice of joy and the voice of celebration." This sacred verse is sung with joy under the chuppah, right after the breaking of the glass, signifying the jubilant beginning of a lifelong journey together. Bride and Groom in the Spotlight: The names of the bride and groom take center stage, delicately highlighted in a fancy script font that exudes timeless elegance. Below, their Hebrew names are lovingly showcased, connecting the invitation to their rich heritage. Colors of Tradition and Promise: The Chuppah, colored in the purest white and the deep blue of the Israeli flag, represents the enduring ties to heritage and the promise of a future filled with shared dreams. It stands as a beacon of unity, much like the nation of Israel itself.