Primer on marriage
There are a variety of modern interpretations of this popular custom.
From chuppah to glass-breaking, here's what to expect at Jewish nuptials.
Weddings & Marriage
A guide to finding the right document for your wedding
Judaism has an overwhelmingly positive attitude toward sex.
Rabbis and cantors aren't the only options, and chemistry matters.
Once taboo, "marrying out" is now commonplace and — outside Orthodoxy — widely accepted.
While some Jewish clergy perform intermarriages, not all do.
My Jewish Learning's official wedding gift guide
10 tips for making families, friends and guests of all backgrounds feel comfortable and welcome on your big day.
How much do you know about Jewish weddings?
It's important for the non-Jewish spouse to support the Jewish partner's religious identity, live in a Jewish home, and bring up Jewish children.
The biggest motivator for change in Jewish wedding customs by liberal Jews has been egalitarianism.
An overview of the liturgy, rituals, and customs associated with Jewish weddings and marriage.
The ketubah is an ancient contract delineating the obligations of the husband to his wife.