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This ritual reinvents the Breaking of the Glass and turns it into a physical moment using breath and soil.
flowered chuppah at the end of an aisle
a blessing of two people under a tallit
This is a new interpretation of the traditional Seven Blessings used in a Jewish wedding ceremony.
two simple gold wedding bands
“I wanted a way of acknowledging and bringing my own queerness into the wedding ceremony”
Blessing of Gratitude for Queer Ancestors & Community

“So dear this daughter / As she prepares to immerse”

With My Daughter at the Mikveh

“May you join together in songs of praise, songs of joy and songs of sorrow.”

Sheva Berakhot Interpretive Translations

Non-Theistic Jewish Wedding Blessings

Brit Ahavah – Covenant of Love: Non-Theistic Jewish Wedding Blessings

A small, adapted wedding during COVID-19

Adapted Wedding Ceremony During COVID-19
Wedding Blessing Over Water

An original song based on lyrics from Song of Songs celebrating female same-sex love

a lesbian couple kisses

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