Munkatcher hasidim at the Talmud Torah Tiferes Bunim Munkacs (i.e., Munkatch) in Borough Park, Brooklyn staged a historical reinactment of the wedding of the biblical patriarch Yitzhak (Isaac) to Rivka (Rebecca) complete with shtreimls, bekeshes, modern wedding dresses, and modern hasidic music.
The following video was shot of a kindergarten class at Talmud Torah Tiferes Bunim Munkacs (i.e., Munkatch) in Borough Park, Brooklyn.
Buy the school's own admission, the wedding is supposed to be a historical reinactment of the wedding of the biblical patriarch Yitzhak (Isaac) to Rivka (Rebecca).
In other words, Munkatcher hasidim are teaching their children that biblical weddings were conducted just like modern haisidic weddings. But that is false.
There was no real wedding ceremony in early biblical times. No one wore shtreimls or bekeshes (the long Eastern European jacket worn by the 'groom' in the video). The glass broken with a foot stomp in the video is a rabbinic addition to the wedding ceremony added long after the destruction of the Second Jerusalem Temple as a memorial for it. The huppah is also a rabbinic addition. And music being played is completely Eastern European and mostly dates to the late 19th century and the wedding dress is modern.
This, friends, is the hasidic misunderstanding of Jewish history in a nutshell.
Add to that the enforced gender-bending – all the children in this video, even the ones with long wigs, are boys – and you can see why the hasidic world has become what has become: