So, you have been invited to a Jewish wedding, but don’t know what to give the couple?
Here are some wedding gifts which you can give to newly married couples:
1) The ketubah
The ketubah is a Jewish marriage contract that, traditionally, details the groom's obligations to his bride. Over time, it has come to symbolize a couple's commitment to one another across multiple denominations—and has evolved to be as unique as each pair themselves. You can also gift judaica art prints for newly wedded couple.
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Typically, it's not even signed by the couple, since it's not a contract between them, but rather it is signed by two witnesses who can verify that the groom can, and will, fulfill his duties.
1) The Incredibly Chic And Incredibly Unique Kiddish Cup Holder
Even after a Jewish couple has determined all the details of their household needs, from vacuum cleaners to dishes, there will always be a group of people who will feel the need to purchase silver kiddish cups from their local Judaica store.
But a happy couple doesn't have to suffer when they put a children's cup in this boring silver holder. This set of ceramic pads, inspired by Chinese art, will make Shabbat kiddish really colorful (and probably a lot more fun).
2) Worldly things need to be too personalized in the world
After the wedding, some people like to go on a trip called a honeymoon. This inevitably involves some type of voyage that requires several types of vessels to accommodate certain types of goods.