Attending a Jewish wedding is a great way to learn about this culture, and you can’t help to be excited to write a Jewish wedding wishes.
When it comes to weddings, one thing is true: love is something that should be celebrated. It doesn’t matter what your cultural or religious background is, or where you come from – weddings are proof that love is a language that everyone speaks. If you’ve recently been invited to a Jewish wedding and want to wish the happy couple well, here are more than 50 of our favourite wishes to write in your card to them.
Heartfelt Jewish Wedding Wishes
Nothing will mean more to the happy couple than a sweet, heartfelt message from you on their special day. Take a look at some of our favourite ones:
- Congratulations to you both on this happy day!
- We hope that this special day will give you many fond memories to remember for years to come. Congrats!
- Congratulations on the most memorable day of your lives!
- We couldn’t think of a more perfect match for either of you. Here’s to a happy, healthy future!
- Congratulations to two of my favourite people.
- All the best to the two of you on your wedding day.
- I hope you know how truly happy we are for you.
- Here’s to a happy and prosperous life together!
- May every day bring you absolute joy.
- Happy wedding day to you two lovebirds!
- We are so excited to be sharing this special day with you. Congratulations!
- I can’t think of two people who deserve true love and happiness more than you two do!
- Congratulations to my two dearest friends!
- May today’s wonderful memories live on in your hearts forever.
- Everything of the best to you two on this very special day!
Short And Sweet Jewish Wedding Wishes
Sometimes, short and sweet messages are all you need to convey what you want to say. Here are a few to share with the newlyweds.
- Your love story is an unforgettable one. Congratulations on your wedding day!
- I wish you love, laughter, and happiness.
- Happy wedding day to the happy couple!
- Best wishes on your new journey together.
- May today be the start of many celebrations together.
- Wishing you a long and happy marriage!
- Congrats on tying the knot!
- May you cherish each other forever.
- Here’s to a future filled with many amazing moments!
- Happiness is only real when shared. Congratulations to you both!
- May your life together be filled with joy!
- May you bring each other more happiness than you could ever have imagined!
- Congratulations on this special day! May every day together bring you joy.
- Best wishes as you start this new chapter.
- Mazeltov and many happy years ahead!
- Ahavah (love) to you both, now and always.
- May you love be blessed forever.
- May you two dance under the stars together.
Religious Jewish Wedding Wishes
If the couple is religious, these Jewish wedding wishes are perfect to share with them.
- Mazel Tov! May the joy that is yours today always fill your life.
- Mazel Tov on your special day!
- Bracha and Hatslacha (blessings and success) on your wedding day!
- May your marriage be blessed, always.
- May your wedding day be filled with love and laughter, and may every day ahead be your happily ever after. Mazel Tov!
- Mazel Tov! Wishing you loads of love, happiness, and good luck on your special day!
- I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine…” – Song of Solomon 8:7. Congratulations to the happy couple!
- Congratulations on your marriage! Wishing you all the best now and always.
- “May the Lord bless you and keep you; may He make His face shine upon you, and be gracious to you; may He lift up His countenance toward you, and give you peace.’” – Numbers 6:24-26. May your marriage be blessed.
- May your love for each other continue to grow stronger with each passing year. Congratulations!
- May the Almighty always bless you and keep you in His loving care all the days of your life together.
- I am so happy to bear witness to this mitzvah. Mazel Tov!
- May your home always be filled with peace and happiness.
- Wishing you a beautiful life together full of love, laughter, and blessings.
- “Love transforms us. It makes us beautiful in the eyes of those who love us. It makes us real.” – Rabbi Jonathan Sacks Z.
- “It is not good for man to be alone.” Genesis 2:18. May your marriage bring you plenty of joy and happiness!
- “Love is the gravity that pulls the universe together.” – Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
- “I have loved you with an everlasting love.” – Jeremiah 31:3. May your love be everlasting.
- “Ani l’dodi, v’dodi li; I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine.” – Song of Songs 2:16. Congratulations on this special day!
- “I liked the way he danced. And then I liked the way we danced together.” – Anita Diamant, Good Harbor. Here’s to a lifetime of dancing together!
These Jewish wedding wishes should inspire what you write in your card and help you to express your happiness for the newly wedded couple. You can use them as is, combine a few, or draw inspiration from them to create your own personal wish. Whatever you choose, it will be appreciated.