Jewish Wedding Wishes, Messages and Quotes

Jewish Wedding Wishes: One way of celebrating newly married couples is by sending them wedding wishes. Jewish weddings are a time of celebrating two lovers coming together and making a decision to live together for life.

Jewish wedding are unique and different from other cultures. Just like any other wedding, you might want to express your congratulations and well wishes to the newlyweds. It is good to be respectful and thoughtful of the couple’s religious and cultural traditions. If you are attending a Jewish wedding you might be wondering, what do I write in a Jewish wedding card?

These Jewish wedding wishes, messages & quotes will enable you to find the correct wording.

Jewish Wedding Wishes

Mazel Tov on your wedding day! I wish you a life full of love and God’s blessings as you start this new journey together.

May the Lord bond the union you have with love, peace, and happiness. May the presence of God be seen in your marriage. Mazel Tov on your wedding day!

It is my prayer for your love and commitment to each other to grow with each passing day. Mazel Tov!

As you wed today, may your lives be tied with love and faith, May our good Lord bless you with prosperity, joy, and a lifetime of happiness together! Mazel Tov!

Jewish Wedding Wishes

I wish both of you a wonderful wedding day and a future that is filled with laughter, love, and God’s blessings. Mazel Tov on your marriage!

The word of God, which surpasses all understanding, is your guard. Let it give you peace of mind and heart. Mazel Tov on your wedding day!

May the bond of your love always be stronger than anything else in your life. Congratulations on your wedding and Mazel Tov!

May your love for each other brightly illuminate your path as you start a new journey together. Mazel Tov!

As you unite together, may your hearts and souls be in harmony. I wish you a lifetime that is full of love and happiness together. Mazel Tov!

May your marriage be full of blessings with an abundance of prosperity, happiness, and unending love! Congratulations on your wedding day. Mazel Tov!

May your marriage be a good example to others and may it be filled with happiness and love. Congratulations on your wedding day. Mazel Tov!

Sending you the warmest wishes for your wedding. It is my prayer that the love you have for each other continues to flourish forever. Mazel Tov!

Wishes for Jewish Wedding

May your marriage always be full of God’s blessings! Mazel Tov!

Mazel Tov on your wedding day! May God’s blessings be upon you both as you embark on this sacred union of marriage! Wishing you both a lifetime of love, happiness, laughter, and adventure as a couple!

May every single day of your marriage be filled with love and laughter just as your wedding! Mazel Tov!

As you exchange the vows and start a new chapter in your lives, May the love you have for each other continue to blossom and grow stronger. Mazel Tov and congratulations!

Congratulations on your marriage! I am so happy for you. I wish you the best in your marriage.

Sending you the warmest wishes and best of luck on your wedding day , may the love you have for each other continue to grow and flourish forever. May it create lifetime cherished memories! Mazel Tov!

As you exchange the vows and start a new chapter in your lives, I only wish you the best. Mazel Tov and congratulations!

The moment we have all been waiting for is finally here, I wish you a life that is full of happiness and love. Congratulations and Mazel Tov!

May the joy that is today always fill your home! Wishing you all the best on your wedding day! Congratulations and Mazel Tov!

What to Write In a Jewish Wedding Card

May today’s joy always fill your life! Mazel Tov!

Indeed today is a beautiful day.  Mazel Tov on your special day!

Mazel Tov on your wedding day! It’s my prayer for your marriage to be blessed with happiness, love, and a lifetime of cherished memories.

Mazel Tov! I wish you a load of happiness, love, and good luck on your wedding day!

May your wedding be the start of a wonderful and fulfilling journey together! Wishing you a blessed marriage! Mazel Tov!

Jewish Wedding Blessing

There are quite a number of blessings that are traditionally recited during a Jewish wedding ceremony, one of them is the Sheva Brachot, which means “Seven Blessings.” Here are the Sheva Brachot/ Seven Blessings:

  1. Blessed are You, Adonai our God, Ruler of the Universe, Creator of the fruit of the vine.
  2. Blessed are You, Adonai, our God, Ruler of the universe, Who has created everything for your glory.
  3. Blessed are You, Adonai, our God, Ruler of the universe, Creator of Human Beings.
  4. Blessed are You, Adonai, our God, Ruler of the universe, Who has fashioned human beings in your image, according to your likeness, and has fashioned from it a lasting mold. Blessed are You Adonai, Creator of Human Beings.
  5. Bring intense joy and exultation through the ingathering of Her children (Jerusalem). Blessed are You, Adonai, are the One who gladdens Zion (Israel) through Her children’s return.
  6. Gladden the beloved companions as You gladdened Your creatures in the garden of Eden. Blessed are You, Adonai, Who gladdens this couple.
  7. Blessed are You, Adonai, our God, Ruler of the universe, Who created joy and gladness, loving couples, mirth, glad song, pleasure, delight, love, loving communities, peace, and companionship. Adonai, our God, let there soon be heard in the cities of Judah and the streets of Jerusalem the sound of joy and the sound of gladness, the voice of the loving couple, the sound of their jubilance from their canopies and of the youths from their song-filled feasts. Blessed are You Who causes the couple to rejoice, one with the other.

 

A traditional Jewish wedding ceremony is incomplete without Jewish wedding wishes which are often shared by friends, family members, coworkers, or those close to the newlyweds to convey happiness, blessings, love, and prosperity. Sometimes coming up with the right Jewish wedding message can be a big challenge. If you are wondering what to write in a Jewish wedding card, these Jewish wedding wishes will inspire you to find the right wording to express your happiness and show your support for the newly wedded couple. If you have a Jewish friend or coworker who is getting married, choose one of these heartfelt Jewish wedding wishes to express your happiness, support, and love to the newlyweds.


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