In the second episode of World Wide Wed, we head to Baltimore, Maryland, to celebrate Hadassa and Ze'ev — a young couple who unite in the mitzvah of marriage before they've even held hands. Hadassa and Ze'ev were raised in Baltimore's Orthodox community — a branch of Judaism marked by its rigorous adherence to the laws of the Torah. Unlike most swipe-happy 20-somethings, young Orthodox Jews only date with the clear intention of marriage, choreographing romantic relationships around their religion's sharply-proscribed courtship rituals. 20 year-old Hadassa and 24 year-old Ze'ev started dating just six weeks before their seven-week engagement. They've never kissed, and they'll spend the week before the wedding apart.