We haven't talked about weddings in awhile, so let's get back into celebration mode with a sale:
for this week only, get 20% off of chuppahs with free shipping!
The chuppah has become almost a requirement for all Jewish weddings. It is the canopy under which the Jewish couple stands during the wedding ceremony, but today it can be far more than just a canopy. The chuppah can be as simple as a sheet or a piece of cloth. People often enhance the chuppah canopy by using a tallit. Choosing or making the chuppah is a personal experience and can vary greatly from one wedding to the next. Even the posts that hold the canopy in place can be specific to the couple: it could be four poles held by four meaningful guests, or four branches build into the ground that form the solid foundation.
Get some chuppah inspiration with the beautiful selection on Gallery Judaica, and hurry to purchase while they're on sale this week only!