Selecting the perfect gift for the Jewish couple can be a daunting feat; however Judaica Specialties is here to help. Many of our Jewish gift items allow the couple to continue the traditions of their Jewish heritage: “l dor l’dor” from “one generation to another.” Take a minute or two to browse our Jewish wedding gift collection by price category and see what is out there!
The premier gift on every Jewish bride’s list is a hand blown custom piece for Shardz Art Glass. The designer Faye Miller has mastered the art of glass blowing and she encapsules the broken wedding glass from the ceremony and permanently placing them securely Jewish ritual items. While the broken glass mezuzah case is the most popular; there is still many ways to have the glass preserved into a memorable keepsake. Shardz also makes kiddush cups, menorahs and wedding frames. Other American artisans like Gary Rosenthal, Susan Fullenbaum, Sarah Beame and Tamara Baskin have their own original designs that keep within this trend and offer “broken wedding piece” Judaica as well.
We understand staying within your budget can also be a major consideration when shopping for a Jewish wedding gift. For that reason, Judaica Specialties has broken our Jewish wedding gift selection into price points; so matter what you want to spend we are sure you will see a wonderful selection of Jewish gifts, perfect for a Jewish wedding! We are sure you will be able to find beautiful practical item, meaningful Judaica ritual items or just that cute whimsical item that reflects their personality.
Within the under 50 wedding gift selection there is a nice assortment of silver plated wedding toasting goblets, beautiful glass sculptures, some inexpensive whimsical novelty Judaic items along with traditional gifts such as wedding mezuzahs an wedding menorahs. We think the paper cut wedding dreidel under glass is a great value that can be found in our wedding gifts between the 50 and 100 dollar price range. Also in that range are more special challah covers, silver plate tree of life candleholders, fused glass items from Tamara Baskin and Gary Rosenthal. As we move up in price range, you can never go wrong with any item from Seeka!! The detailing in the laser cut aluminum and intricate enamel and crystal adornments to each of his pieces is spectacular! Quest Gifts, a company in the United States has impeccable quality and detailing in all their items. In our Jewish wedding category we feature their outstanding Tree of Life tzedakah box; what a keepsake that is! Rounding our selection is another featured American artist; Steve Resnick. You can choose from his etched glass collection where he has a magnificent wedding kiddush cup, menorah and goblets.
If there is a Jewish wedding item that you have seen elsewhere, let us know and we would love to try and assist you. Any wedding gift you select from Judaica Specialties is guaranteed to delight the newlyweds. Your gift will remind them of their special day and your thoughtfulness.
WHY DO PEOPLE GIVE MONEY AS GIFTS IN DOMINATIONS OF 18?
Giving money is appropriate and it is often the gift of choice for some. It is a Jewish tradition to give money in units of 18, because the number 18 symbolizes "life." We carry money card for every occasion: http://www.judaicaspecialties.com/cards.html