Litman and Beigel had to postpone their November 16 wedding so that Litman could sit shiva for her father, Yaakov, and her 18-year-old brother, Netanel.
When they announced the new November 26 date for their celebration, they said they hoped “multitudes will come to make us happy.”
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And that’s exactly what happened.
Hundreds of well-wishers who had seen the couple’s open invitation on social media that included the verse from the Prophet Micah: “Do not rejoice over me, my enemy, for I have fallen but I have gotten up.”
The wedding took place at the International Convention Center in Jerusalem.