Post # 1
I need to have a sheet with the wedding birkhat hamazon on the tables.
Know where I can get just this, not a whole bencher?
I’ve only been able to find either the whole bencher, or just the standard birkat without the wedding specific start to the prayer.
I would prefer to have an English translation and a transliteration if possible.
Post # 3
I think your best bet is to make one yourself (via photocopying benchers and creative cutting and pasting)…I’ve never seen the birkat with the Sheva Brachot, etc. on a single sheet. Good luck!
Post # 4
I agree. We plan to make ours. I’m not sure if we’ll put the Sheva b’rachot on the paper, as they are separate and our Rabbi will say them in English during the ceremony. Seems redundant.
When are you doing your birkat? I want to do it after dinner, but when you consider there will be cake and dessert later, we’re not really done eating. What do you think?
Post # 5
I have also seen this done on the last page of the program.
Post # 6
@andidance3: I would say do it after dessert. You might have a smaller crowd, but you don’t need a huge one by that point in the night anyway. You don’t want to do bentching, having your guets think there’s no dessert and they’re done and leave. Waste of all that dessert.