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  • Huppah ('canopy') Head of the 13th division of priests serving in the House of the Lord at the time of King David (I Chr 24:13, 19). — “Huppah: Biography from ”,
  • My Wedding Chuppah offers exquisite hand crafted Chuppahs (Huppahs) for rent in New Jersey (NJ), Philadelphia (PA), and the New York (NY) Metropolitan area. These beautiful designs are perfect accents for religious ceremonies and interfaith. — “home”,
  • Custom designed and hand-painted chuppahs, Ketubahs, Tallis/Tefillin bags, shofar bags, siddur/tehillim bags, Ark curtains, Torah covers, bris pillow shams, challah/matzo covers by Marlena Schwartzman. — “Home”,
  • Chuppah Rental based out of san francisco Jane's Roses will delivery and entirely set up your chosen Chuppah or Arch for the listed price*; we will also disassemble and remove your rental after the ceremony. *The listed price includes deliver and complete setup within San Francisco, CA. — “Chuppahs for Rent serving the bay area. CALL: 415-574-0711”,
  • Instructions to build, customize and personalize a wedding chuppah for your jewish ceremony. A chuppah, huppah or huppa is the canopy that the bride and groom stand under during the wedding ceremony. — “Do It Yourself Wedding Chuppah Ideas and Instructions”, do-it-yourself-
  • Welcome to Forever Huppah. We specialize in one-of-a-kind, hand-painted huppot. — “Forever Huppah”,
  • How to Create a Huppah. Jewish wedding ceremonies traditionally take place under a huppah, or special canopy, which is held up by four poles and represents the presence of God as well as the couple's future home. It also. — “How to Create a Huppah | ”,
  • חוּפּוֹת, chuppot, literally, "canopy" or "covering"), also huppah, chupah, or chuppa, is a canopy under which a Jewish bride and groom stand during their wedding ceremony. There was for centuries regional differences in what constituted a 'huppah. — “Chuppah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Explanation of the huppah, the Jewish wedding canopy, and ways to incorporate it into an interfaith wedding ceremony. — “The Jewish Wedding Canopy (Huppah) - ”,
  • Using real wood and silk fabrics, they created a magnificent canopy where the bride and Over 100 weddings later, Happy Chuppah is a Full Service Wedding design rental company. — “Welcome”,
  • Matchmaking service for Messianic Jewish singles to find a friend, a date, and hopefully a besheret that shares a Jewish prespective and trusts in Yeshua. — “Messianic Singles Service | may you stand Under The Huppah”,
  • Definition of huppah in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of huppah. Pronunciation of huppah. Translations of huppah. huppah synonyms, huppah antonyms. Information about huppah in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. — “huppah - definition of huppah by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • Huppah Rental. Recommended for Huppah Rental Ketubah Guide. There is a precept within Judaism, hiddur mitzvah (sanctification of the commandment) that holds that whenever an object is required for ritual purposes, it is a good thing possible. — “Huppah Rental - Ketubah Wedding Art”,
  • Huppah definition, a canopy under which the Jewish marriage ceremony is performed. See more. — “Huppah | Define Huppah at ”,
  • The Chuppah House is your one stop shop for exquisite hand crafted Chuppahs (Huppahs), wedding accessories, favors, and wedding gifts. The Chuppah (A.K.A. Huppah) is a traditional part of the Jewish wedding ceremony. — “The Chuppah House - Rental and Sale of Exquisitely Hand”, chuppah-
  • Corinne Soikin Strauss. For an exhibit of custom designed hand painted chuppahs and other For an introduction to complete wedding planning consultation please visit our sister. — “Artist's Wedding Studio - index”,
  • Huppah Rentals - Huppah Poles Sales. DC area and nationwide. — “Huppah Rentals - Huppah Poles Sales " ”,
  • The Huppah, Jewish Wedding Canopy. Jewish Marriage Customs and Rituals. Jewish Marriage. Jewish Marital Relations. Jewish Lifecycle [ The huppah in the open air is also reminiscent of the sukkah, a temporary structure erected during the holiday of Sukkot. — “The Chuppah, or Wedding Canopy - My Jewish Learning”,
  • Shop our large selection of huppah gifts, t-shirts, posters and stickers starting at $5 . Unique huppah designs. Fast shipping. — “Huppah Gifts, T-shirts, Stickers and more - CafePress”,
  • E Huppah. Recommended for E Huppah Ketubah Guide. There is a precept within Judaism, hiddur mitzvah (sanctification of the commandment) that holds that whenever an object is required for ritual purposes, it is a good thing possible. You can find the most beautiful ketubot in the world at E Huppah. — “E Huppah - Ketubah Wedding Art”, e-

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  • OUR 50TH ANNIVERSARY OCT 2006 ^ The Chuppah The Canopy
  • elements can include the imagery quotation or poetic statement names borders trim ribbons in addition to hand painted or stitched interior design Prices range from $600 $2500 All Couples Welcome
  • Jeremy gives his father a hug before taking his place under the huppah The photographer lines everyone up for a photo after the ceremony
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  • The dappled shade and the amount of green in the background made it difficult to get one perfect photo of it I do think that these photos are a good combination of angles and shots The couple did not want a fabric canopy of any sort on this huppah so it was left open to the sky I think it would be beautiful with a silk canopy attached to the framework The frame
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  • Event Acres can design and create the perfect event for any occasion We ll listen as you describe exactly the dream you ve envisioned and we ll make it happen together No matter what
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  • A custom designed contemporary Huppah Photo by Versluis Photography

Videos

  • heviani clip A clip of the Huppah Project Performing Heviani el Beit Hayayin A traditional Judeo-Morrocan Wedding song taught to us by Aaron Bensoussan.
  • Dveikus Medley 1 - YBO CHUPA Channel Dveikus Medley 1. Please Email us this link to: info@ybo.us if you want this medley or one of those songs at your Chupa
  • Speech Under the Huppah Rabbi Adam Scheier's speech under the huppah at the wedding of Drew Kaplan & Rachel Scheier.
  • The Traditional Jewish Wedding Ceremony and Reception. signed the ketubah, raised the huppah, exchanged rings, and stomped on the glass -- but wait, the wedding's not over yet! There are a few more rituals left to make your reception a true simcha (joyous celebration). Blessing The Challah The wedding meal begins with a blessing over the challah, an elaborately braided bread. The couple's parents or another honored guest can make the hamotzi, or blessing. S'eudah Mitzvah This is the food portion of the reception -- chicken and fish, both fertility symbols, are ever-present dishes at Jewish weddings. The first course at Sephardic weddings is called Sutlach, a sweet rice pudding made with coconut milk, honey, and almonds -- all symbols of a sweet and prosperous life. If you're wondering whether or not to serve a kosher meal at your wedding, take it from us -- kosher doesn't mean unappetizing. Dry brisket and lead latkes aren't your only options -- there are plenty of yummy kosher treats to satisfy the crowd. Imagine seared salmon and sundried tomato and artichoke penne. Or rosemary chicken and roasted veggie couscous. How about garlic marinated Romanian tenderloin, or even spicy tuna sushi? Decide whether you want a meat or a dairy meal. (Remember, fish and eggs are parve, which means they go both ways.) Find a glatt-kosher caterer: if that's too hard-core, ask your caterer to devise a "kosher-style" menu that adheres to kosher rules but isn't cooked in a kosher kitchen. Eliminate treyf no-nos like pork and shellfish. No ...
  • Jewish Wedding Video Toronto by VideoBabylon.ca Weddings Videography Beginning of Jewish wedding video in Toronto Singer done by Babylon Productions Wedding Center (416) 663-4784 or visit: www.videobabylon.ca Toronto, Ontario, jewish, wedding, customs, traditions, chuppah, huppah, huppa, canopy, blessings, engagement, keepsakes, wedding glass, mazhinka, mitzvah,...
  • Huppah music This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
  • huppa 1.wmv Jewish Weddings Wedding customs in Jesus' day and today - The Bride of Christ We know that the ceremony is held with the couple and the rabbi under a canopy or chuppah / Huppah, and that the groom crushes a glass under his foot at the end. We also know that Jesus attended weddings and used them in some of his parables. What meaning do they have for us? Since Jesus uses the picture of a bride for his redeemed church, we can read about weddings in terms of his promises to us. The Betrothal The betrothal was binding and could only be undone by a divorce with proper grounds, such as the bride being found not to be a virgin, (see Joseph and Mary - Matt 1 v18-19 ) The young man prepared a Ketubah, or marriage contract (or covenant) which he presented to the intended bride and her father. Included in this was the " Bride Price ", which was appropriate in that society to compensate the young woman's parents for the cost of raising her, as well as being an expression of his love for her.
  • Moroccan Wedding חתונה מרוקאית - Ketubah Reading / Lecture de la Ketouba Moroccan Daily Halakha La Halakha Marocaine Quotidienne Ketuba of Edith and Yis'hak s"t Bittan, read by nz"y Ribi David Kadoch s"t
  • maya and eran's wedding - start of ceremony under the huppah maya and eran got married on june 3, 2009, in north central israel. here's a short clip of various chosen people of the tribes of israel gathered around the huppah (traditional wedding tent held up by four poles) as the opening of the traditional moroccan jewish wedding ceremony begins. http oyvey.co.il http http
  • maya and eran's wedding - ceremony under the huppah maya and eran got married on june 3, 2009, in north central israel. here's a clip of various family members and other chosen people of the tribes of israel gathered around the huppah (traditional wedding tent held up by four poles) as the opening of the traditional moroccan jewish wedding ceremony continues. http oyvey.co.il http http
  • The Huppah Sukkah for the Marriage Supper of the Lamb! This is the Sukkah that Steven & I built this year in Maria Merola's backyard for the Double Portion Inheritance Ministry. As you can see, it has a banner that says "Yahushua Messiah is the Light of the World" and we have some Tiki Torches outside to light the way. We also placed outdoor Chanukkah Lights around the Sukkah and freshly cut branches and leaves according the Torah Commandment.
  • Jewish Wedding: His Majesty Requests: Here Comes the Bride http During the ancient times of Israel, the Huppah was the special room built onto the bridegrooms fathers house, where the bride was brought at the end of the betrothal period. The original Hebrew meaning for huppah is a room or to cover with garlands, symbolic of the laurel wreath worn by the bride and groom during the marriage ceremony. Over the centuries, the huppah has taken on many forms including, a tallith or prayer shawl drapedrnover the couples heads, to a huppah made entirely of flowers. rnWhen Moses received the Torah as a Ketubbah for the marriage between God and Israel at Mount Sinai, we are given the biblical account of the Huppah.
  • The Sheep_Let Everything that has Breath These two songs from our "Dance Beneath the Huppah" CD are closely intertwined. When we realize that we are like lost sheep (Isaiah 53:6) that have been found by the L-rd, we are inspired to praise Ad-nai with everything that is within us (Psalm 150:6). He deserves all praise.
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  • Huppah1.wmv HUPPAH TELEVISION! A fun place for Christians to share their testimonies, experiences, ideas and information! Welcome to the HUPPAH...part one.
  • ROSSLYN'S INTERPRETATION OF THE JEWISH WEDDING Watch my favorite nine videos about Jewish weddings. This video interprets the symbolism of the traditional weddings coming from ancient times. The Huppah is the canopy under which the bride and Groom stand under. The open sides means that the guests are welcome. It is open house for the feast. The Messiah went to the wedding in Cana of some relatives of the family. He enjoyed weddings as it reminded Him of the final end to sin.
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  • Huppah Walk Jewish Wedding, Walk to huppah Unedited
  • Huppah Hoopla Her name was Necha, Necha Luba Brana, With the Schena in her hair and an Alance dress cut down to there She was a medievalist who would do yoga And while she tried to be a bride, David always took it in stride From a huppah in the sticks, they had a wedding from 12 till 6 They were kinda young and they had each other Who could ask for more? At their Huppah, their Huppah Hoopla. Enjoy!! 20 ~ August ~ 2006
  • maya and eran's wedding - ceremony under the huppah maya and eran got married on june 3, 2009, in north central israel. here's a clip of various family members, friends and other chosen people of the tribes of israel gathered around the huppah (traditional wedding tent held up by four poles) as they observe the closing of the traditional moroccan jewish wedding ceremony, with vows from the bride and groom, followed by the groom's recital of the prayer to remember Jerusalem, and his smashing of a glass underfoot. this tradition reminds us all that the world is imperfect and just like any lasting relationship, our ability to live in harmony with our planetary life partners requires constant upkeep by us humans, Earth's mortal stewarts. http oyvey.co.il http http
  • Wedding Shir Hama'alos (Yekkish) Shir Hama'alos, Ashrei Kol... Customarily sung at Yekkish weddings, under the Chuppah (תהלים קכ"ח). Arrangement by Shlomo Schnall.
  • U-MV163 - Bomb the Bass - Bug Powder Dust NOTE TO COPYRIGHT HOLDERS: Please contact us directly with any desire to have your material removed from our channel. Although this material was provided to us by the publisher or their agents with an implicit license for broadcast without terms or other limitations, your notice to cease and desist will amount to revocation of said license. Therefore we will, in good faith, remove the material within 8 hours of your notice. This music video was serviced to us by its respective record label with license for broadcast. Bomb the Bass "Bug Powder Dust" From the Motion Picture Soundtrack "City of Industry" Quango/Island Records Director: Alex "The Huppah" Winter 8/24/94 U-MV163
  • Drew Kaplan's & Rachel Scheier's Betrothal Ceremony A video of the betrothal ceremony (ארוסין) of Drew Kaplan & Rachel Scheier in Rochester, NY on 12 August 2007. The officiating rabbi is Rabbi Adam Scheier.
  • Yishakeni by the Huppah Project on Global TV The Huppah Project perform their oiginal song "Yishakeni" as a Duo on Global Television
  • Jewish Wedding: His Majesty Requests: The Best For Last http Since biblical times, the Hebrew wedding has been esteemed as a building of joy with great festivities and celebration. Joyful music and dancing, along with merrymaking by the guests, including clowning, juggling, and comic versifying. Regarded as king and queen, the bride and groom dress in elaborate clothing, wearing crowns upon their heads while seated upon throne-like chairs, which are lifted during the jubilant revelry. After seven days in the huppah, the bride and groom join their special guests or Bnai-huppah for a festive meal called, seudat mitzyah. The marriage supper, along with the music and entertainment, add happiness to the bride and grooms new life together.
  • Gahl and Zvi's Wedding: Gahl arrives at the huppah Allon and Marilyn deliver Gahl to the huppah for wedding ceremony and the 7 circles round one another
  • huppah raising Ed & Sandy's wedding
  • Jewish religion highlights This is the highlight from Ayala and David's wedding which took place in Long Island on July 17, 2011. On behalf of MyWeddingWay Studio I would like once again to congratulate you guys, we had a real pleasure working with you. Enjoy the video!
  • yishakeni The Huppah Project perfroms "Yishakeni" by Aaron Lightstone For more information:
  • Huppah Sukkah for the Marriage of the Lamb This is the Sukkah that Steven & I built this year in Maria Merola's backyard for the Double Portion Inheritance Ministry. As you can see, it has a banner that says "Yahushua Messiah is the Light of the World" and we have some Tiki Torches outside to light the way. We also placed outdoor Chanukkah Lights around the Sukkah and freshly cut branches and leaves according the Torah Commandment.
  • Los Bilbilicos A segment of the Huppah Project's arrangement of this classic Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) romanza
  • Walking to Huppah Beginning of wedding, walking up 'aisles'...
  • His Canopy Of Love 783 Children Of The Huppah.A beautiful ancient Hebrew mystery hidden in the Book of Matthew - about the Bride & the Bridegroom.
  • Husband & Wife Huppah
  • Jews for the Freedom to Marry We invite you to a wedding of two Jewish women.
  • huppa 2.wmv Jewish Weddings Wedding customs in Jesus' day and today - The Bride of Christ We know that the ceremony is held with the couple and the rabbi under a canopy or chuppah / Huppah, and that the groom crushes a glass under his foot at the end. We also know that Jesus attended weddings and used them in some of his parables. What meaning do they have for us? Since Jesus uses the picture of a bride for his redeemed church, we can read about weddings in terms of his promises to us. The Betrothal The betrothal was binding and could only be undone by a divorce with proper grounds, such as the bride being found not to be a virgin, (see Joseph and Mary - Matt 1 v18-19 ) The young man prepared a Ketubah, or marriage contract (or covenant) which he presented to the intended bride and her father. Included in this was the " Bride Price ", which was appropriate in that society to compensate the young woman's parents for the cost of raising her, as well as being an expression of his love for her.
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  • The Huppah SS lesson series on the Jewish Marriage
  • Naty and Itzik on the way to Huppah.AVI Naty and Itzik on the way to Huppah - 12.9.2012 - Arugot HaBossem
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