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Wednesday, May 12, 2021

The 2019 Chuppah Gift Guide: What Every Jewish Couple Needs

Kylie Ora Lobell is a writer for the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, The Forward, Tablet Magazine, Aish, and Chabad.org and the author of the first children’s book for the children of Jewish converts, “Jewish Just Like You.”

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Kylie Ora Lobell
Kylie Ora Lobell is a writer for the Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, The Forward, Tablet Magazine, Aish, and Chabad.org and the author of the first children’s book for the children of Jewish converts, “Jewish Just Like You.”

Know a loved one who is getting married next year? Need a Judaica gift that’s special and meaningful? Look no further. Here are some gifts that will be sure to impress.  

 

 

Yair Emmanuel Seder Plate
For a Passover with a truly Israeli feel, spring for this colorful peacock seder plate. This hand-painted plate by Jerusalem-based artist Yair Emmanuel retails for $144. It comes with six matching bowls and can be hand-washed. Order the seder plate here.

 

Michael Aram Washing Cup
You can never go wrong with some gorgeous Michael Aram Judaica. Make handwashing beautiful with the designer’s handmade stainless steel and antique gold-tone cup. It costs $100 on his website.

 

Nadav Art Mezuzah Case
Israeli artist Avi Nadav, who works out of Jerusalem, created this sterling silver and colorful mezuzah case, which will be sure to impress guests when they visit the newlyweds’ home. You’ll need to buy the mezuzah scroll for this gorgeous piece separately. The case is $214 and can be purchased here.

 

Joy Stember Ani L’Dodi Wedding Kiddush Cup
Joy Stember’s modern take on the traditional kiddush cup says, “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine,” a famous phrase from the Song of Solomon. This stunning cup, which is handmade from brass and pewter, is perfect for madly-in-love newlyweds. It retails for $260 here.

 

Jonathan Adler Marble Menorah
You can class up the couple’s next Hanukkah with the Jonathan Adler Canaan Marble Menorah, a modern take on a Judaica fixture that’s in every Jewish home. The popular potter made this menorah out of solid white and black marble, and it includes brass accents. It costs $148.50 at Neiman Marcus.

 

Yaeli Challah Cover
This challah cover does more than protect the sacred Shabbat bread. It also acts as a piece of artwork for the newlyweds’ table. Handmade with genuine hide leather, this Yaeli challah cover, called “The Cool Blue One,” is hand-embellished with 25k gold leaf. You can purchase it for $175 here.

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