From doughnuts to hashtags, all of the Pinterest-worthy trends every modern Jewish wedding should have.
In the Orthodox community, gemachs, or loan funds, help brides defray wedding costs.
Did you wait till the last minute to buy a wedding gift — and are now left with the last $8 spatula on the registry?
Oh, the useless crap that the $70 billion wedding industry convinces us we have to have.
Jewish wedding standards are becoming more and more opulent. Some couples are pushing back.
Which is your favorite?
I always dreamt of a wedding that was less about the dress and the vows — and more about the menu.
Instead of rejecting their most important and intimate decision, we could have helped them celebrate, and kept them close. But we pushed them away.
Crushed glass crunches underfoot, clusters of chuppahs provide an endless solar eclipse, and everyone is a little bit day-drunk: it’s wedding season and the Jews are out in full force. Here are our favorite recent instances of Jews saying “we do.”
Tu B’Av is Israel’s ‘love holiday,’ which makes it a perfect day to get married — or to ogle some spectacular wedding cakes.