who created mirth and joy,
bridegroom and bride,
dancing, and delight,
love and brotherhood,
peace and fellowship.
Quickly, O Lord our God,
may the sound of mirth and joy be heard
in the streets of Judah and Jerusalem,
the voice of bridegroom and bride,
jubilant voices of bridegrooms from their canopies
and youths from the feasts of song.
Blessed art though, O Lord,
who makes the bridegroom rejoice with the bride.
Reading from the Talmut: (Ketubot 8)
(Jewish wedding ceremony prayer)