Glass, TURKISH BLUE (LOOKS LIKE AQUA)for breaking at wedding
Each glass comes in an ivory satin bag
The breaking of a glass during the Jewish wedding ceremony is one of the most celebrated traditions. The meaning of this practice can be interpreted in many ways. Viewed as a symbol of the destruction of the Holy Temple, the glass reminds us of sadness even in the most joyous of occasions.
Another analogy is once the glass has been broken, it cannot be mended and therefore reflects the permanence of marriage. Some consider the frailty of the non-tempered glass as a symbol of the frailty of human relationships. Even as a couple married and strengthens their bond, it reminds us of the care required to maintain this tenuous connection.
The glasses we offer come in many colors and can be turned into items that will be a tangible memory of your wedding. Among the many options are mezuzot, kiddush cups, dreidles, candlesticks, and picture frames. Let us help you commemorate this most joyous even with these wonderful keepsakes.