Post # 1
Yet another question that could best be answered here. I know what the symbol is and what it means, but why is it so important? My family didn’t know to put it on the invitations and its absence was the first thing FI’s family noticed when they got theirs. Did we grievously offend or is this a non-issue that shouldn’t have been worth mentioning?
Post # 3
So, he’s Jewish and your not, I’m guessing? That’s exactly my situation, and we’re definitely not putting anything like that on our invitations. I think unless you’re having a full Jewish wedding, it should be a non-issue, but it depends on the religiosity of your FI’s family, I guess!
Post # 4
I just noticed this topic! We put it on the invitation and all the inserts. My husband grew up writing it on every school paper (grew up in Israel and went to religious school) so I think it felt normal to him. I think the purpose is to acknowledge Hashem (God) in all that we do. It’s really just a custom and not necessary at all so I don’t think it should be gravely offensive to anyone.
Post # 5
We are putting it on the invites but not on the inserts, and not on anything else.