For anyone who has been to a Jewish wedding there are certain moments that make an indelible impression: the bride and groom walking down to the chuppah, the bride circling seven times around the groom, the giving of the ring, the melodious singing of the Seven Blessings (Sheva Berachot), the breaking of the glass, the wedding feast and dancing, and the second recitation of the Sheva Berachot following the festive meal. This class will examine the significance of all these moments, as well as the week of Sheva Berachot following the wedding. In the previous Morasha class on Celebrating a Jewish Wedding, we discussed all the events from the couple’s engagement until the bedeken (veiling of the bride). In this second class, we continue as the couple is escorted to the ceremony under the wedding canopy (chuppah).