The "Mitzvah" dance (Dance of Good Deeds).
The rabbi dances with the bride. In order not to touch each
other, each holds the corner of a handkerchief. Members
of the family dance with the bride, still holding the handerchief
except for the bride's father and husband who are allowed
to touch her. Postcard 1910 Warsaw, Poland. Pre-WWII
For More Wedding Rituals, See Pages 4 & 5