Mazel tov!

Mat married the love of his life, Rebecca, in a traditional Jewish wedding in Toronto’s Beth Tzedec Congregation, the biggest in the entire North America. Immediate families were present while Rebecca’s brother was present with the aid of technology: FaceTime from England!

It was in 2 major parts, both of which took place at the Rabbi’s study. In the first section, the wedding documents (ketubah) got signed at the presence of the Rabbi and the two mothers along with the rest of the family watching enthusiastically!

It was in 2 major parts, both of which took place at the Rabbi’s study. In the first section, the wedding documents (ketubah) got signed at the presence of the Rabbi and the two mothers along with the rest of the family watching enthusiastically!

After this, couple proceeded to the bridal canopy, known as huppah, which symbolizes a fresh start and a new home for them in their marital life together!

An interesting tradition that follows the placement of the ring on the bride’s finger is popping a lightbulb in which the groom crushes a lightbulb with his right foot while the guests cheer up with “Mazel tov!” (Congratulations!).

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