Progressive or traditional, religious or secular, Jewish weddings almost always include the breaking of glass at the end of the ceremony. Our vibrant, cool, often hand-blown Jewish wedding breaking glasses, along with our stunningly crafted keepsakes, offer a lasting memento of your most special day.
From ceremony to building your home, we have your Jewish wedding glass essentials. Shop now:
Ani l'dodi v' dodi li (I am to my beloved as he is to me). Display the glass broken under the chuppah with one of our creative keepsakes:
Whether you are getting just the glass, or a keepsake to hold it, we'll have something you'll love for that special day. Discover what speaks to you! Want to see more?
There are countless interpretations for the tradition of breaking a glass. Some see it as a reminder of the destruction of the First Temple of Jerusalem. Others say it is meant to remind us that marriage is as fragile as glass. It also has been interpreted to demonstrate that the bride and the groom were once a single soul, which God shattered into two parts; now, these two souls have found each other. However you interpret it, enjoy it! MAZEL TOV!