One of the most iconic symbols from a Jewish wedding is the chuppah, the wedding canopy, which the wedding couple stands under during the ceremony. A lovely symbol of home, shelter, and hospitality (being open on all four sides, like Abraham’s tent), a chuppah is an appropriate part of Jewish weddings and interfaith weddings, and in fact, any wedding!
If you’re looking for a chuppah to match your ketubah and invitations, you’re in luck! I’m delighted to offer a special line of chuppot just for you.
My chuppahs are printed on silk, with ribbon ties at the corners to easily attach to your chuppah poles, and designed to coordinate with my ketubah designs, such as this Soul’s Delight chuppah, seen here in use at a recent wedding.
And here’s an example of the aqua version of this same chuppah in a more elaborate setting.
While my chuppah shop is under construction, if you would like to order a chuppah for your Jewish wedding or interfaith wedding, just send me an email or give me a call.