The ceremony that accomplishes nisuin is known as chuppah.
According to traditional Jewish law, two valid witnesses must see him place the ring.
The Sheva Brachot or seven blessings are recited by the hazzan or rabbi, or by select guests who are called up individually.
Prayer booklets called benchers, may be handed out to guests.
After the prayers, the blessing over the wine is recited, with two glasses of wine poured together into a third, symbolizing the creation of a new life together.
Technically, the Jewish wedding process has two distinct stages: kiddushin (sanctification or dedication, also called erusin, betrothal in Hebrew) and nissuin (marriage), when the couple start their life together.