Executive Jewish Dating

Executive Jewish Dating

Jewish weddings are festive, exuberant occasions. There are a number of pre-wedding rituals that future husband and wife, or chattan and kallah, will often abide by. In many Ashkenazi Ultra Orthodox or Haredi communities, there is an important custom in which the future bride and groom stop seeing each other in order to enhance the joy of their wedding through their separation. Absence, many say, does make the heart grow fonder. Due to this, prior to the wedding, the bride and the groom often invite guests separately. These greetings are called kabbalat panim. Jewish tradition compares the couple to a queen and king. The bride will be seated on a throne-like chair to receive her guests, and the groom will be surrounded by guests who sing, dance and toast to him.

Jewish online dating services often have specialties, such as executive Jewish dating and Jewish senior singles. On line Jewish dating has become incredible successful in the Orthodox Jewish world, and many of those who use such services also keep the many pre-wedding customs in the Jewish world. Those involved in executive Jewish dating have had particular success in finding matches.


In the Orthodox Jewish tradition, an unmarried person is considered only half a person, the wedding day is seen to be the start of a new life for a complete soul, that of the bride and the groom coming together. Because of this extraordinary event, both the bride and the groom do their best to increase their mitzvah observance and their Torah learning, striving to strengthen their relationship with God.

The bride and groom not seeing one another for a week before the wedding is a wonderful and widespread custom, but it is not the only pre-wedding custom that Orthodox Jews keep. On the Shabbat preceding the anticipated wedding day, the bride will celebrate her Shabbat Kallah, the bride's Shabbat, and the groom, his Shabbat Chattan, the groom's Shabbat. During these Shabbats, the to-be married couple will share meals with close friends and family, and the groom will be honored in synagogue with an aliyah, an ascent to the Torah while it is being read. This custom is said to impress upon the husband to be the importance of the Torah in their new life together. After his aliyah, the congregation throws candy, raisins, nuts and other confectioneries at him to symbolize their wishes for a fruitful and sweet marriage. During the evening before the wedding, the bridge will immerse herself into a mikveh, a ritual bath. For Orthodox Jews, the mikveh symbolizes spiritual rebirth, cleanliness and purity.

When pursuing on line Jewish dating, it is important to hammer out these details. It's crucial to know which customs will be kept and which are not appropriate for the singles, whether young or Jewish senior singles. Jewish online dating services generally do not outline these details, as they are more committed to making successful matches. Jewish senior singles who use Jewish online dating services or executive Jewish dating services should hopefully have much success in finding their bashert. Executive Jewish dating can be a great way to meet a future spouse.

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