Welcome to the Jewish Wedding Rabbi Shop

In our store, you will find everything you need to celebrate your wedding with traditional Jewish items. You can find everything from a Groom's Breaking Glass, Kiddush Cup, Ketubah referral and the tallit for when the couple is wrapped for with a blessing surrounded by holiness all can be found in the menu on the left.
  • Chanukah Hanukkah Novelty Pillow

    Chanukah Hanuchanukah-hanukkah kkah Newest Product
    ‘light em up! FOR CHANUKAH’ ©

    Chanukah Hanukkah has a new product!  It’s shiny, it glows, it’s contemporary! It’s festive for the Chanukah Festival of Lights!

    A Jewish holiday original design and a female rabbi created it.   She noticed most Chanukah products were a bit cartoony and not as sophisticated.  It needed to express the joys of the holiday without it being too large.

    Introducing ‘light em up! FOR CHANUKAH!‘ ©

    The product’s prominent blue color is for Judaism’s Israeli Flag.  The blue color continues on the back of the pillow.  The festive tone offsets from the silver background.

    Introducing ‘light em up! FOR CHANUKAH.’    The words are meant to excite those that celebrate Chanukah Hanukkah.

    Notice the spelling of Chanukah is exactly eight letters.  Eight is the total number of nights and days celebrated. Connect by lighting the Chanukah Menorah for all eight nights.  You’re not limited to your Chanukah Hanukkah menorah being the one and only decoration. Display this festive, holiday product!

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    IMPORTANT NOTE: The Festival of Lights concludes on New Year’s Day at sundown.  Add this product to your Chanukah Collection.  

     

    Chanukah Hanukkah Novelty Pillow
  • Tree of Life Green Shaded Kiddush Cup

    “Tree of Life” Green ceramic kiddush cup designed by Sharon Muchnick to be used for the blessing of the wine during Jewish life cycle ceremonies such as;

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    Tree of Life Green Shaded Kiddush Cup
  • Silver Plated Kiddush Cup

    Gold & Silver Plated kiddush cup used for the blessing of the wine during Jewish life cycle ceremonies such as;

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    Silver Plated Kiddush Cup
  • Pewter Kiddush Cup

    Pewter kiddush cup used for the blessing of the wine during Jewish life cycle ceremonies such as;

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    Pewter Kiddush Cup
  • Multi-Colored Kiddush Cup

    Multi-colored ceramic kiddush cup used for the blessing of the wine during Jewish life cycle ceremonies such as;

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    Multi-Colored Kiddush Cup
  • Jerusalem Multi-colored Kiddush Cup

    Multi-colored ceramic Jerusalem kiddush cup designed by Sharon Muchnick to be used for the blessing of the wine during Jewish life cycle ceremonies such as;

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    Jerusalem Multi-colored Kiddush Cup
  • Turquoise – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet

    Turquoise hand colored glass goblet by Judaica Artist, Gary Rosenthal used at the wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Turquoise – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet
  • Silver – Embroidered Wedding Glass

    The groom’s Mazel Tov Silver painted wedding breaking glass is safely contained within a lined, hand painted silk pillow that will hold the glass shards.

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    Silver – Embroidered Wedding Glass
  • Red – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet

    Red hand colored glass goblet by Judaica Artist, Gary Rosenthal used at the wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Red – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet
  • Purple – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet

    Purple hand colored glass goblet by Judaica Artist, Gary Rosenthal used at the wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Purple – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet
  • Purple – Hand Blown Groom’s Glass

    Purple-colored, hand blown Judaica wedding groom’s breaking glass by Judaica Artist, Sara Beames used during the Jewish wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Purple – Hand Blown Groom’s Glass
  • Green – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet

    Green hand colored glass goblet by Judaica Artist, Gary Rosenthal used at the wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Green – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet
  • Gold – Hand Blown Groom’s Glass

    Gold colored, hand blown Judaica wedding groom’s breaking glass by Judaica Artist, Sara Beames used during the Jewish wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Gold – Hand Blown Groom’s Glass
  • Gold – Embroidered Wedding Glass

    The groom’s Mazel Tov Gold painted wedding breaking glass is safely contained within a lined, hand painted silk pillow that will hold the glass shards.

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    Gold – Embroidered Wedding Glass
  • Emerald Green – Hand Blown Groom’s Glass

    Emerald Green colored, hand blown Judaica wedding groom’s breaking glass by Judaica Artist, Sara Beames used during the Jewish wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Emerald Green – Hand Blown Groom’s Glass
  • Blue – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet

    Blue hand colored glass goblet by Judaica Artist, Gary Rosenthal used at the wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Blue – Hand Colored Wedding Goblet
  • Blue – Hand Blown Groom’s Glass

    Blue colored, hand blown Judaica wedding groom’s breaking glass by Judaica Artist, Sara Beames used during the Jewish wedding ceremony for the groom to break.

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    Blue – Hand Blown Groom’s Glass
  • Blue – Embroidered Wedding Glass

    The groom’s Mazel Tov Blue painted wedding breaking glass is safely contained within a lined, hand painted silk pillow that will hold the glass shards.

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    Blue – Embroidered Wedding Glass