Everyone wants to look and feel their best for their wedding or child’s bar or bat mitzvah. You may be looking to reduce wrinkles and firm up your skin without resorting to Botox. You might want to prevent wrinkles, and keep skin looking young and fresh. In either case, you should know about the revolutionary at-home treatment from Rodan + Fields known as the AMP MD Roller.
The roller is a non-invasive skin tool that uses tiny needles to firm, lift, and sculpt skin with no recovery time required. It’s been dubbed “The Best Spent Minute in Skin Care.” And it’s easy to see why. READ MORE ......→
Signature cocktails and mocktails are the perfect compliment to any event. They can be served before an outdoor wedding ceremony to cool off guests, as a cocktail hour addition, or even a sweetened liquid dessert. Not only does it give guests something a little more interesting to choose from than champagne or Pepsi, but it’s also the perfect opportunity to add more creativity to your menu!
Rachel and David met on eHarmony after the two had nearly thrown in the towel after too many bad dates. By just the third date, they each knew they had found the one! Their relationship moved at lighting speed, and just nine months after their first date they got engaged! The two were married at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in South Florida, and were photographed by Jeff Kolodny Photography. READ MORE ......→
An invitation sets the stage for your event as it provides your guest a glimpse of what to expect. In addition to the specific details related to your affair, a well-designed invitation gives you the opportunity to showcase the theme and sets the tone for the event, be it casual or formal black tie. READ MORE ......→
Ketubot have become more than just a marriage contract, but more so a reflection of a couple’s style. This Is Not A Ketubah Yes It Is (TINAK), a collective of Jewish artists from New York and Argentina, creates traditional pieces that double as works of art. With a category for practically anything you can think of, TINAK can depict places, artists, colors, shapes and even mythical creatures! The modern, high-quality designs enable couples to display Judaica in an innovative and interesting way. These categories represent 8 of the most popular TINAK ketubah styles, each with Jewish thought and tradition in mind.
Matthew and Laurie first realized they were perfect for each other on a group trip to Israel. The couple quickly found out that they shared a passion for Israel, and there couldn’t have been a better way to start a relationship than by being there together. A year and a half later, they were engaged and making plans for this stunning traditional Jewish wedding at Temple Emanu-El of Closter, NJ. Photography by Brett Matthews Photography.
Even though Laurie is a Long Island girl, she fell in love with the beauty and ambiance of New Jersey’s Temple Emanu-El of Closter. The bride and groom were blown away by the sanctuary’s breathtaking stained glass dome, and its perfect blend of tradition and elegance. According to Laurie, “it was the first place we looked at and didn’t look much further after that.” Northern Valley Affairs, the temple’s exclusive caterer, matched the setting with exquisite kosher cuisine. READ MORE ......→
It’s not often in life that you’ll need to buy a tallis, or Jewish prayer shawl. So if you’re reading this, then Mazel Tov! You are probably in the wonderful process of planning a bat / bar mitzvah, or a Jewish or Interfaith wedding.
With the help of Lisa Prawer, The Tallis Lady, we’ve developed this Tallit Buying Guide to help you find the perfect tallis that will be in your family for decades to come.
Buying a tallis is a once-in-a-lifetime event for many people. Bring the family along. Include the grandparents if you can. Treasure the experience!
Robin and Shujah met and fell in love in medical school, but their different faiths kept them from staying together. After some time apart, the two realized they couldn’t be without one another. To embrace Robin’s Jewish heritage and Shujah’s Muslim descent, the couple celebrated their nuptials with a traditional Muslim ceremony as well as a Jewish ceremony. We were lucky enough to get a glimpse of their wedding thanks to The Collection.
The wedding industry has redefined destination weddings over the past several years, as demand grows for unique and meaningful venues, and access to vital information and resources has expanded via Internet technology. Traveling to an exotic or remote locale is no longer unusual for any couple, and Jewish to-be-weds are enjoying the full scope of options without sacrificing the symbols and expressions of their faith.