Your Kippah can be Kool! Yarmulkes, also known as kippot and skull caps, can be as much a part of your Jewish wedding or bat/bar mitzvah celebration as the decor, music, and other traditions. Your kippah design can reflect your personal style, match your color palette or theme, and can be a great way for the younger set to embrace the tradition if you get them involved in selecting kippot. There are even eco-friendly options and endless possibilities for personalization.
1. Show Your Style with High-Fashion Hand-Made Yarmulkes from Queen Esther Hair Covers
Embroidered Applique Yarmulkes by Queen Esther Hair Covers
The High Holidays are just around the corner. It’s time to make sure that your wonderfully prepared meals are accompanied by delicious Kosher wines. Gary Wartels of Skyview Wines & Spirits has shared his top 3 Kosher Red and White Wines – perfect for your holiday and Shabbat meals! Purchase the wines from Skyview and mention mazelmoments (or use code MazelDeal online) to get extra savings!
With Rosh Hashanah rapidly approaching, we’ve got some great ideas for the whole family to ring in a sweet and fun new year!
If you and your family like to do crafts, here are some options that are sure to entertain!
1. Apple & Honey Dipping Bar
Get your guests engaged and in the spirit with an Apple & Honey Dipping Bar, like this one from Design Megillah. Set up toppings like graham crackers, ground nuts, coconut, and chocolate, and let guests create their own masterpiece! You can also serve different honey flavors for a truly unique experience. READ MORE ......→
With the High Holidays just around the corner, many of us are not just preparing our dinners, but also looking for the best kosher wines to ring in the new year. Israeli wines continue to gain more recognition and accolades for their taste and quality. Here are a few of the recommended Kosher Red & White Kosher Wines from Gary Wartels of Skyview Wine & Spirits, the metro area’s leading Kosher wine & liquor store, located in New York.
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This wine comes from several plots in the Upper Galilee, and combines Cabernet Sauvignon (67%) with Merlot (20%) and Shiraz (13%). The wines were aged separately in French oak barrels, half of them new. After 12 months they created the blend and the wine was bottled, without fining and with only mild filtration.
The Jewish New Year is nearly upon us! As the world continues to advance with each new tech gadget promising new lines of communication, it’s nice to slow down during the High Holy Days and appreciate and connect to the things that are most important to us: family and friends. As the first of the High Holy Days, Rosh Hashanah is a perfect time to send an annual greeting card to those whom you may not get to speak or see often. Sending a small greeting is a simple way to let someone know you care, especially during times of worship.
Traditional greeting cards offer an easy approach to sending out holiday cards during the Fall. With symbolic images depicted such as shofars, sweet honey and apples, and juicy pomegranates, these Rosh Hashanah Cards keep true to tradition and send the perfect message of best wishes for a good year. Each greeting card available on our site can be personalized with a special greeting as well as fonts and ink colors to suite every style.
In the day of split-second communications, nothing is more important than reaching out to friends and family and letting them know you are thinking of them during the holidays. While an email or short message on a social media page is easy and free to send, a handwritten greeting card sent through the mail lets family know that you truly care during the high holidays. Recipients will appreciate the kind gesture of including them in your mailing list.
Rosh Hashanah Greeting Cards
Send sweet greetings this year with personalized Rosh Hashanah cards that will delight your family and friends when they receive a quality greeting card in the mail. FineStationery.com offers hundreds of styles of Rosh Hashanah greeting cards that can be personalized with photo options, font designs, and ink colors to customize to fit your style. Celebrate the Jewish New Year with their vast collection of Rosh Hashanah greeting cards, including themes like doves, shofars, honey, apples and more. Filled with fun new designs and traditional and classic pieces, there is a design for every style. READ MORE ......→
With the Jewish High Holidays just around the corner, it’s a perfect time to tell that special relative or friend how much they mean to you. What better and more meaningful way than giving them a gorgeous piece of Hand Made Judaica Art! We fell in love with the elegant and classic lines of Joy Stember’s metal artwork. Her use of pewter, brass, silver and copper combine the feel of antiquity and tradition with contemporary and modern styles. Joy Stember, a highly renowned Judaica artist shares some of her newest pieces with mazelmoments.
Prayer Shabbat and I am My Beloved Collection Sets
PRAYER COLLECTION SHABBAT SET
Welcome Shabbat in style! Celebrate shabbat with this contemporary styled pewter and brass kiddush cup and candle holder set. This artfully handmade set is beautifully embossed with the Hebrew prayer for wine and candles. The finish denotes antiquity and the shape shows the essence of contemporary life. READ MORE ......→
Matzoh Balls are definitely one of our family’s favorite traditional dishes. This is a recipe that my mother handed down to me and I’ve passed it down to my children. The matzoh balls are a good size – but not the huge ones that you get in a diner – and not too dense (but not so airy that they have no taste). Don’t wait till Passover. Get ready to serve the perfect matzoh balls today…
TIP: You may want to double up on the recipe – Your guests will want seconds!! READ MORE ......→