Tips Your Wedding Vendors Wish You Knew

Tips Your Wedding Vendors Wish You Knew

We're always giving advice and tips for planning the perfect wedding day, but what do your vendors think?  We spoke to some of Israel's top wedding experts fro...

Going to the Mikveh

Going to the Mikveh

Among the many traditions that go hand-in-hand with Jewish weddings, the bride's trip to the mikveh is often described as one of the most personal and spiritual...

Planning a Wedding in Haifa

Planning a Wedding in Haifa

We often get caught in the Tel Aviv bubble and focus a lot of Hatunot on the wedding vendors and industry in Tel Aviv and in Jerusalem. Lately a few readers hav...

Organizing the Wedding Planning Process

Organizing the Wedding Planning Process

Somewhere between Pinterest boards  and wedding blog bookmarks, we each have our own version of inspiration and ideas stored away for our wedding plans. But...

How to Get Married in Israel

How to Get Married in Israel

Politics aside, if you're planning your wedding in Israel or are thinking of doing so the process of a legal marriage in Israel is somewhat complicated and requ...

Bilingual Invitations

Bilingual Invitations

By Rachel Cravit Whether you're planning a destination wedding in Israel or are a local bride with a guest list of both English and Hebrew speakers, consider...

Wedding Hebrew for Dummies

Wedding Hebrew for Dummies

If you’re planning your big day in Israel, chances are you have been to HaEretz quite a few times and either have some level of fluency in Hebrew or quickly d...

Informing Wedding Guests Traveling to Israel

Informing Wedding Guests Traveling to Israel

Today we're bringing you all the information you need to make your wedding website a useful resource for guests travelling to Israel. You are welcome (and encou...

Jewish Weddings 101

Jewish Weddings 101

 The Wedding Yentas' Alison Friedman is today's Guest Blogger on Hatunot! Read below for a 'Cliffs Notes' review of everything Jewish Wedding and some ...