There are differing opinions as to which part of the ceremony constitutes nissuin/chuppah; they include standing under the canopy - itself called a chuppah - and being alone together in a room (yichud).The ketubah details the obligations of the groom to the kallah (bride), among which are food, clothing, and marital relations.It was founded by Gerald Berghold (who retired from the BB in the Summer of 2008 and died in August 2008).This newsletter concerns: 1) THE PRESIDENT'S CORNER 2) A HUNGARIAN WEDDING INVITATION 3) RESEARCHING MY HAIDER ANCESTRY (by Cheryl Richardson) 4) TUTORIAL III: 17 URBRS 5) CROSS-REFERENCE OF URBRIAL VILLAGE NAMES 6) HISTORICAL BB NEWSLETTER ARTICLES: - LUTHERAN ORIGINS IN SOUTHERN BURGENLAND (from Fritz Knigshofer) 7) ETHNIC EVENTS 8) BURGENLAND EMIGRANT OBITUARIES (courtesy of Bob Strauch) 1) THE PRESIDENT'S CORNER (by Tom Steichen) Concerning this newsletter, after the bits and pieces here in my "Corner," Article 2 is an article about a Hungarian Wedding Invitation.Notice: the price of gold, silver and gemstones fluctuates! We CAN NOT guarantee the price of any gold, silver or gemstone item listed on this site. 259 September 30, 2015, 2015 by The Burgenland Bunch All rights reserved.
This is called "Kabbalat Panim." Jewish tradition likens the couple to a queen and king.
The ceremony that accomplishes nisuin is known as chuppah.
Today, erusin/kiddushin occurs when the groom gives the bride a ring or other object of value with the intent of creating a marriage.
There's a museum reproduction at the Occoneechee State Park museum of a necklace with a shell with this design worked into it: Gorget2This is the design that was found at Gaston [correction Hillsborough] , is attritubed to the Occoneechee, and therefore, perhaps the closest piece of artwork to the ancestry we're trying to honor. I think there's six spokes to a whirlwind, this artist is doing something different, but that's something we can workout later.
Here it is: would quibble some with the interpretation.