Question by  anilhari5555 (16)

What Hebrew phrase is common on wedding invitations?


Answer by  diamond10 (160)

A Hebrew verse that is placed on invitations, wedding rings, and other marriage mementos reads, 'I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine,' It is a variation of the verse found in Song of Songs 2:16 which states, 'My beloved is mine and I am his. '


Answer by  wildthing (67)

Traditionally, invitations to a Jewish wedding will include the phrase "I am my Beloved's, and my Beloved is mine. " This may be written in Hebrew, translated into English, or be in both Hebrew and English.


Answer by  bjcthatisme (29)

The most common Hebrew phrase on wedding invitations is (transliterated) "ani l'dodi v'dodi li": "I am my beloved's, and my beloved is mine. " This is a quote from "Song of Songs," a long love poem included in the Bible.


Answer by  Travis64 (18)

Jewish culture provides for a variety of additions to the common wedding invitation. Additions include everything from Stars to David to using excerpts from the Torah. The most common phrase found on a Hebrew wedding invitation is, "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine. "


Answer by  martin (522)

It's common to use "Ani l'dodi v'dodi li" on wedding invitations. This is a line from the Song of Solomon (also called the Song of Songs, or in Hebrew, Shir haShirim). It means "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine. "

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