Jewish Wedding Invitations Etiquette Tips - Cohen Printing

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Planning a traditional Jewish wedding can be a complex venture which involves numerous rules, and traditions and requires the understanding of certain etiquette. The etiquette starts in the first step of the wedding planning process which is the wedding invitation.

Your wedding invitation is the first impression your guests will have of your wedding so you want to make sure your invitation appropriately represents you and your spouse. At Cohen Printing and Invitations we designs Jewish wedding invitationsChuppah Wedding Invitations & Email Paperless Jewish Wedding Invitations are few of our specialty for Jewish and orthodox celebration. We also concentrate on Hebrew Wedding Invitations which are commonly used by those couples who would like to preserve Jewish wedding traditions. While the styles of wedding invitations vary and are often unique, proper wedding invitation etiquette is universal. A formal wedding calls for a formal invitation and thus a formal font and Jewish design as Chuppah, Jerusalem, Tree of Life and. The script is appropriate for a formal invitation.
When assembling your invitation, place your invitation face up on the table with the tissue on top, and place your reception card on top of that facing up, next you will put your response envelope with the flap up so that you can slide the response card under the flap.

Any additional enclosures such as maps or direction cards can be placed face-up on top. Pick up the pile and insert it into the envelope with the top card facing the back of the envelope so that when it is removed, the words face you.

Wedding invitations should be mailed approximately 6-8 weeks prior to the wedding.


Modern Jewish Wedding Invitations 

Cohen Printing has the ability to express a sense of Judaic history and modern style in wedding invitations. While there are thousands of pre-made and customizable selections available online, we can help you integrate the two into a single card. For example, our Hebrew-English wedding invitations are very popular amongst couples looking for a traditional Jewish wedding with a modern flare.

Jewish symbols are hallmark representations of the Jewish faith. Their images are lasting, and they cannot be shattered or sullied. A typical Hebrew wedding invitation will have these symbols and they are depicted in various artistic styles – from impressionistic, classical, to post-modern. Any color can be used to infill or outline the symbol.
Your invitation’s wording can be ornate, eloquent, and spiritual. The words are beautiful and memorable, and nothing can detract from that. You can use any font, font size, calligraphic script, or custom lettering for your wedding invitations. Our modern printing techniques will allow fonts to be raised, embellished, colored in, or highlighted in any number of ways.
Jewish Wedding Invitations Wording
Since the Jewish faith considers marriage the true joining of two families, the groom’s parents’ names also appear on the invitations, beneath the bride’s parent’s names, but with no joining word. The word “and” is used between the bride’s and groom’s names.