The Henna Ceremony takes place a few days prior to the Ketuba ceremony.
It is an opportunity for family and friends to wish the couple good
luck and happiness.
The word Henna itself is spelled in hebrew: "chet", "noon",
"hey".These three hebrew letters stand for three symbols of
a Jewish woman's responsibilities once she is married. "Chet"
is the first letter of the word Challah which she places on the Shabbat
table. "Noon" is the first letter of the word Nida, alluding
to the laws of family purity which bring harmony into the couple's relationship.
"Hey" is for Hadlakat Nerot. Through the kindling of the Shabbat
candles the Jewish woman transforms her home into a sanctuary of joy
and peace. Together, these three symbols embody the role of a Jewish
Since henna is being celebrated usually by Sephardic jews, we at Tal
productions can suite your needs accordingly. Our styles can vary from
Morrocan, Yammanite and more.