High crystal vases, a flower-topped chuppah, and silvery white hues made Samantha and David’s Jewish wedding the epitome of bridal elegance. Thank you to A Magic Moment for beautifully capturing their special day.
Be sure to check out Part 1 of this series, with 12 unique ideas for a candy theme, including picking out a sweet theme like Carly-land or Jasmin’s Candy Bar. We also share 7 cool ideas for centerpieces for your Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16, party or wedding.
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13. Be Inspired by Candyland READ MORE ......
Chocolate and lollipops. M&Ms and jellybeans. The ways in which we love candy are as endless as the varieties themselves. So while it’s no surprise that the perfect candy-themed affair has become a growing trend among party planners, the details included are as original and exciting as ever!
First things first…how will you incorporate candy into your bar / bat mitzvah, party or wedding theme? READ MORE ......
After meeting through a Jewish matchmaking site, JRetromatch.com, Dana and Avi went on a series of dates before Avi proposed on their year and a half anniversary! Both lovers of art, Avi set up a proposal to remember at the Bronx Botanical Gardens during a Monet exhibit, one of Dana’s favorites! The proposal was just the beginning of the memorable moments to come, as they wed at Crest Hollow Country Club in Long Island, NY, photographed by the talented H&H Photographers.
Elisha and Aaron first met as college freshman, where they were both involved in Ohio University’s Jewish life. After a proposal on Elisha’s 25th birthday, the college sweethearts married in a southern Jewish wedding at The Garden on Millbrook in Raleigh, NC. BREALPHOTO captured the whole day for us to enjoy.
Lisa and David had a traditional yet unconventional Jewish wedding this past fall at The Swan Club, a gorgeous venue in Long Island, New York. The couple paid extra special attention to the intricate details of their wedding which made the event uniquely theirs. Exo Photography captured the whole day in pictures, lucky for us!
Your ketubah, or Jewish marriage contract, is truly a work of art that reflects you and your fiance’s style and artistic taste. With so much effort being put into choosing the right ketubah, it makes perfect sense for your ketubah to be an inspiration for other elements of your wedding, or your life! We love the idea of ketubah-inspired chuppah designs! It may take some creativity, but the results can be magical! Here are 6 examples we’re loving:
#1 - Nature-Inspired Trees & Branches
Ideal for an outdoor wedding or green celebration, nature can inspire your event by serving as your decor. The tree of life is full of meaningful symbolism, making it a beautiful addition to your wedding details. READ MORE ......
Fran and Bevan had been together seven years when they tied the knot with a spiritual and energetic New York wedding. The couple, who are of mixed descent, were thoughtful and creative in honoring their backgrounds throughout the Jewish interfaith ceremony. The wedding was not just memorable, but so personal and special. Nancy Swiezy of Nancy Swiezy Events helped plan and execute the event and Alexandra Tremaine photographed it all!
Groom Bevan was born in South Africa. While the couple toyed with the idea of doing a South African safari destination wedding, they decided to bring their friends and families to the animals instead…to New York’s famed Bronx Zoo! READ MORE ......
Noemi and Jose joined their cultures, and their lives, in an interfaith, intercultural Jewish-Mexican wedding. Having met at a salsa dance, it only makes sense their special day was full of passion, bright colors, and romance. Photography by C Wagner Photography & Design.
The couple chose to wed in a rose garden at the Gardens at Heather Farm, because of the Song of Solomon’s words, “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine, he grazes among the roses.” READ MORE ......
What follows is the personal opinion of Morgan, the wacky founder of This is not a Ketubah, Yes it is. This is not the official opinion of Mazelmoments; Mazelmoments maintains strict neutrality in all sugar-related issues.
One of my all-time favorite Mazelmoments articles was just a few weeks ago, 5 Ways to Add Candy to Your Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16 or Wedding!. Ah, Candy plus weddings — can you get any better than that so wholesome mix?
Candy is sweet, wonderful, gives you a great rush — and reminds all of us of our carefree days of our childhood. Who didn’t grow up eating tons of Twizzlers and M&M’s? I smile still to this day every time I think about it. READ MORE ......