New York City has an eclectic and varied number of event spaces for Jewish weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, parties and corporate events. Our modern city is home to the hottest trend-setting architecture and fashion, so we were delighted to discover The Prince George Ballroom. Located in the FlatIron District in Manhattan and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The Prince George Ballroom is a feast for the eyes with its Beaux Arts style and Neo-Renaissance flourishes. In the spirit of tzedakah (charity), 100% of its net revenue is used for NYC outreach programs to help the homeless and other vulnerable New Yorkers.
Wedding or mitzvah guests enter into a modern space named World Monuments Fund Gallery.READ MORE ......→
A dramatic masquerade was the theme of Sophie Sela’s bat mitzvah party. With a light and feminine color scheme of pink and purple, the affair, which took place in Minneapolis, Minnesota was one to be remembered! Thank you to Erin Johnson Photography for helping us do that!
Haute Couture women’s tallit and kippot are the new trend with the launch of Queen Esther Hair Covers! Mahvesh Amid, a world-famous fashion accessory designer, is now creating beautiful and elegant handmade wedding and bat mitzvah shawls and yarmulkes (Kippot) exclusively for women and girls.
Jewish Wedding Shawl and Floral Applique Yarmulkes
These exquisite embroidered designs feature stunning appliques. Beading and other embellishments gracefully rest on a bridal gown or a bat mitzvah girl’s dress and add special meaning to the ceremony. READ MORE ......→
Flowers are a big part of weddings, and whether you decide to keep it simple or have blooms brimming from every corner, you want the arrangements to reflect your style and the tone of your event. This is easier said than done, and finding a skilled florist who can work within your budget can be quite a task.
There are four key factors to consider when hiring a florist for your Jewish Wedding.
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