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Mazal Tov!

 

The many details of planning a simcha can seem daunting. Proper organization can help you prepare for the upcoming events.

 

Event Details

 

Date & Hall:

The first tasks of planning a simcha are securing the date and location of the event. There is a limited number of Crown Heights venues, so make sure to check all availabilities before finalizing the location.

 

 

Food:

Decide on a party planner or caterer.

 

 

Music:

Hire a musician or band to make your simcha bursting with energy and joy!

 

L’chaim:

Open bar or not, you’re going to need to pour a few L’chaims

 

 

Photography & Videography:

Your beautiful simcha should be well documented! Hire a professional photographer and videographer to capture the details of your event.

 

 

Flowers and Decor:

Of course, every wedding needs beautiful flowers and a unique bridal bouquet.

Hair & Make-up:

Every girl wants to feel like a queen on her wedding day. Find the right hair and makeup artist that will help you achieve your bridal look dreams.

 

Arrangements

 

Before the Wedding:

 

  Create a registry.

 

  Design and print Invitations & Benchers

  Arrange Guest Accommodations for out of town friends and family

  Arrange a time for the Chuppah

  Arrange a time for the Rov to take care of the kesubah (this will be sometime on the morning of the wedding day)

  Now is also a good time to arrange the kiddush and the Ufruf

  It is customary for the chossen to daven mincha from the Rebbes Siddur and to wear the Rebbes Shirt to the chuppah

  If you need any help there is a Gemach that can help with just about anything

 

Setting Up a New Home:

Find an apartment

Furniture

Linen

Chossen Classes

Kallah Classes

 

Religious Articles:

Here is a list of things that the new will need in their home. It is customary for the Chossen’s parents to buy the kallah Shabbas candlesticks & siddur while the Kallah’s parents buy the Chossen a Tallis,Gartel, & Shas.

 

Clothing list:

For The Ceremony:

A Rav to officiate

A copy of the Rebbe’s letter

Arrange Kibbudim

Kesuba & Tna’im

Chuppah

Yichud Room

Food for the Chossen & Kallah to break the fast

Don’t Forget to Bring to the Wedding

Kesubah

Tna’im

Kallah’s Siddur

A copy of the Rebbe’s letter

Rings

Marriage Licence

$40 to pay for the Yichud room

Transportation:

Organize transportation for guests to 770 for the Chuppah.

Arrange transportation for the couple following the wedding.

Kibbudim

In The Morning

You’ll need to arrange a meeting with the rav for the morning of the wedding day at which you will sign the ketubah and tna’im together with:

• Two witnesses who are unrelated to the bride or groom

• An Arev Kablan (a guarantor) one for each side (may be related)

At the Kabolas Ponim

• Someone to read the tna’im

At the Chupah 

• MC

• Someone to read the Kesubah

• Two witnesses (may be the same as the morning)

• Someone to say the 1st brocha

• Someone to say the 2nd brocha

• Someone to say the 3rd brocha

• Someone to say the 4th brocha

• Someone to say the 5th brocha

• Someone to say the 6th brochah

• Someone to say the 7th brochah

At The Wedding

• Someone to say the 1st brocha

• Someone to say the 2nd brocha

• Someone to say the 3rd brocha

• Someone to say the 4th brocha

• Someone to say the 5th brocha

• Someone to say the 6th brochah

• Someone to say the 7th brochah

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