In Judaism, it is believed that Jews are born twice:

  1. The first time is when we arrive into the world
  2. The second time is when we get married

Only then is our soul considered complete.

Given that the wedding day is the most important day in a Jewish person’s life, it’s crucial we follow all the Jewish wedding traditions and not drop the ball on this glorious day.

From the small details like the wedding invitations, Jewish wedding gifts, and favors, all the way up to the Chuppah. 

18 Gorgeous Jewish Wedding Invitation Cards for an Unforgettable Night (2018)

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How long did you wait for your very own “Save the Date” moment?

Now it’s finally your turn!

Your turn to invite your friends & family to celebrate with you on your big day.

I know:

All those wedding preparations can get quite overwhelming… But choosing your Jewish wedding invitations should NOT be one of them… in fact, it can be one of the exciting parts – if done right.

Choosing your invitation is an opportunity to invite your guests in a creative and exciting way, so they can’t wait for your special day to arrive.

Today, I’m going to help you seize that opportunity…

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Best Jewish Wedding Anniversary Gifts Year by Year (2018)

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The special day is around the corner. 

Our Jewish wedding anniversary is one of the most exciting days of the year…

You know it, I know it, we all know it…

So I bet the million dollar question you’re probably asking yourself is:

“What kind of gift should I get my lovely spouse for our special day?”

Because one thing is for sure: your special wedding anniversary deserves an equally special Jewish anniversary gift.

That’s exactly why I created this gift guide for: to help you find the best Jewish wedding anniversary gifts for every year (well, almost).

Whether you’re looking for a gift for your 1st Jewish wedding anniversary or your 50th wedding anniversary  – after reading this, I promise you’ll leave with a TON of gift ideas that will bring joy to your spouse on your special day…

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21 Best Jewish Engagement Party Gift Ideas (2018)

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Going to a Jewish engagement party, are we?

You must be thinking:

“What gift should I bring the sweet Jewish couple?”

Lucky for you, it’s not a wedding gift we’re talking about here… so you don’t need to break the bank for a Jewish engagement gift.

Yet, I’m guessing you’re still looking for a unique & affordable engagement gift.

Well, good news – that’s exactly why I created this gift guide – to help you find the best Jewish engagement gift ideas for the engagement party (also known as vort) you’ve been invited to.

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44 Best Jewish Wedding Gift Ideas the Couple will LOVE (2018)

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Let me guess:

You’re about to attend a special Jewish wedding of a very special someone, and you’re scratching your head thinking:

“What kind of gift should I get the lucky couple for their special day?”

You know you don’t want to waste your money buying the happy couple a gift they’ll never use… Instead, you’re probably looking for something useful and meaningful that they’ll love.

Does that sound about right?

In that case – you’re in the right place…

Because that’s exactly why I created this Jewish wedding gift guide: to help people wedding guests find the very best Jewish wedding gift ideas that will make the happy couple even more excited than they already are…

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Jewish Wedding Ceremony: Traditions, Customs & Everything in Between

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So, you’re attending a Jewish wedding…

How exciting!

If it’s your first time attending one, then there are a few things you need to know to avoid any (unpleasant) surprises.

Jewish wedding ceremonies have a different order, unique rituals, and special Jewish wedding gifts… It’s a completely different beast!

And you don’t want to be bitten by the beast, now do you?

Note: Just kidding, no one is going to bite you… Jewish people are friendly 🙂

This Jewish wedding ceremony guide is here to help you learn what you’re up against, so you don’t end up scratching your head all night wondering what the hell is going on.

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