Dancing, dancing and more dancing pretty much epitomises a Jewish Wedding reception and Barri & Emma’s at MANOR OF GROVES did not disappoint.
“A lively Israeli dance called the Hora is performed at the wedding reception. While they hold on to either end of a handkerchief, bride and groom are lifted into the air on chairs by their joyful guests, as they are celebrated as ‘king and queen of the night’. Another traditional dance is called “gladdening of the bride.”
All of the guests at the reception circle the bride while they dance and sing praises about her.”
– World Wedding Traditions
Jewish Wedding at The Manor of Groves by Segerius Bruce Photography