Jewish Weddings

We have a wealth of experience in hosting Jewish weddings. Our wedding co-ordinators are familiar with Jewish customs and traditions and will do everything in their power to assist with the planning and execution of your day.

Most Jewish couples choose to marry on a Sunday or a Tuesday - a particularly significant day, as this was when God blessed His creation doubly. A few months before you intend to get married, you must register with a synagogue and Rabbi at the Chief Rabbi’s office, based in Finchley, London. For more details, contact the Jewish Marriage Council on 020 8203 6311. 

It is forbidden to get married in the 49 days between the moveable feasts of Passover and Pentecost (In 2013 Passover is 25th March and Pentecost is 15th May). It is also forbidden to marry on the Sabbath or on festival days. If you want to get married on a Saturday, the ceremony usually begins no earlier than two hours after sundown.

Below are a selection of menus.  However, if you have any particular requests our Chef would be delighted to discuss them with you. 

Sample menus are detailed below.

If you require a small number of Kosher meals for particular guests these will be ordered from an external supplier, who will match your chosen menu as closely as possible. 

Please note that we do not operate a Kosher kitchen and do not hire our kitchens to external caterers.

Should you wish to hire a chuppa contact www.chuppas.co.uk.