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Jewish wedding planning involves organization, attention to detail and open communication with your rabbi or cantor to prevent scheduling conflicts.

In accordance with Jewish wedding customs, there are certain dates that needed to be avoided when scheduling a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony.

Jewish weddings usually take place on Saturday evenings or on Sundays but may not take place on the Sabbath (sundown Friday to sundown Saturday).

When scheduling your Jewish wedding ceremony please meet with your rabbi or cantor to discuss appropriate dates and avoid conflicts with the Jewish calendar. There are certain dates during the year when weddings can not be scheduled.

Dates to avoid

Sabbath

Rush Hashanah

Yom Kippur

Sukkot

Passover

Shavuot

The days between the 17th of Tammuz and the 9th of Av

During the counting days of Omer

And other dates on the Jewish holiday calendar.

 

Jewish Wedding Planner, 2007