Mazel Tov! Bar and Bat Mitzvah boys and girls are called to the Torah on this most wonderful and truly significant moment in their lives. We hope this once in a lifetime experience will be a truly memorable day for your family and your Jewish community.
Our goal is to help you find that special tallit that will make them proud.
Wearing a tallit that they love and want to use in the future is one small but significant way to help him or her stay connected to the Jewish community.
So when you think about the tallit think of a long-term investment. It is something you will use on Shabbat and the festivals as well as on many wonderful occasions.
Did you know we offer a fabulous selection of invitations? You can select them from home here.
Please see our selection of bulk, personalized kipot/yarmulkes.
We offer personalized benchers as well (please call for this).
Mazel Tov! You have the Rabbi, the caterer and the band. We have everything else!
Kolbo Fine Judaica offers one stop shopping for all your wedding needs. You will find chuppahs (wedding canopies) for sale or rent.
We have the most user friendly service for wedding invitations and you can shop from home!
Our ketubah (Jewish marriage contracts) selection is second to none.
We are proud that we have always offered gender neutral texts for same sex couples.
Need a special kipah for the bride and or groom?
Kipot for your guests with your names imprinted on the inside?
How about a beautiful talit/talis (prayer shawl)? It is a tradition for the bride to purchase a talit/talis for her groom. The talit may be used as a huppah and then, of course, worn by the groom in synagogue. It is also traditional to wrap your new born son or daughter in the talit when he or she is brought into the covenant with the brit milah (ritual circumcision) or baby naming.
We have an amazing array of kiddush cups from folk art to traditional sterling silver to use during the ceremony and beyond.
We have beautiful colored glasses to break at the end of the ceremony as well as many breaking glass keepsakes. The rabbis say your marriage should last as long as it takes to put the glass back together. Some say it is to remind us that it takes work to keep a marriage healthy and vibrant. In times of difficulty in our marriages, life can feel shattered. The broken glass reminds us that we have to repair what has come undone. Every day we need the awareness to know we may need to repair them with honesty and open communication. Why not put the broken glass into a mezuzah, wedding picture frame, kiddush cup or lucite cube?
You may register for gifts online by creating your account here.