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Mazal Tov On Your Wedding card
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Inside Text: With Congratulations & Warmest Wishes On Your Wedding. May You Enjoy Much Love & Happiness Throughout Your Lives Together.
Artist: Ilene Winn-Lederer
Artist Notes: This card offers congratulations (Mazal Tov) to a Jewish couple upon their marriage. The banner above the frame wishes good fortune and joy to the new bride and groom written in Hebrew calligraphy. The antique wedding ring is modeled after a medieval German communal marriage ring that was loaned to a bride and groom who could not afford to buy their own. It was later exchanged for a simple gold band. The golden wine cup (kiddush cup) is traditionally wrapped in a cloth and crushed by the groom to confirm the marriage ceremony. The prayer shawl (tallit) is draped above the tiny trees to represent a chuppah or structure to accomodate the wedding ceremony. The frame of pomegranate flowers and leaves represents fertility and mitzvot (good deeds).
Product Id: 1406334
Seven Blessings Mazal Tov Wedding Congratulations …
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Inside Text: Mazal Tov On Your Wedding With Best Wishes For A Long, Happy & Healthy Life Together!
Artist: Ilene Winn-Lederer
Artist Notes: This card is intended as a congratulations card for a Jewish wedding. The seven blessings are customarily recited by the rabbi or officiant at the wedding ceremony when the bride walks around the groom seven times to signify the seventh day of the creation of the world and God's subsequent bond to humanity. The wine (kiddush) cup and grapevine border represent a fruitful marriage. The cup is traditionally broken by the groom to seal the covenant at the conclusion of the ceremony. Mazal Tov in Hebrew means 'good stars' or good luck to the bride and groom who are symbolized by the doves. The ring is based on an historical communal wedding ring that was used only for the wedding ceremony in towns where the couple could not afford to buy a ring. It was later replaced by a simple metal band.
Product Id: 1416372
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