Wedding Registry Inspiration
Mazal Tov! You're getting married! Creating a wedding registry is never easy, but the Judaica Web Store is your one stop shop for all your wedding needs. Create your dream wishlist with stunning items that will fill your home with a taste of Israel. From homeware to Judaica to art and more, you're going to find everything you ever wanted. With thousands of options to choose from, we narrowed down our selection to the very best things you might want to put on your registry. Go ahead, take a look, and enjoy creating your wedding registry with the Judaica Web Store!
When setting up your home, you might want to consider getting some excellent tableware from here in Israel! Find gorgeous items that will impress your guests at your first dinner party or Shabbat meal as a married couple. Serving pieces, napkin holders, salt and pepper shakers, and trivets are an essential part to any meal, and used almost everyday! Made from Israel's best and finest designers, these items will be used all the time, year after year! Plus we have amazing Israel themed bottle stoppers and coasters, because what is a meal without a glass of wine (and without rings on the table)! Our tableware items are a secret that you can tap into and share with your friends and family.
They say decorating your home is the most fun, choosing gorgeous items to adorn your house with to make it completely yours! Jewish wall art might not sound so exciting, but when you see what we have in store, you will be absolutely amazed. Blessing of the Home artworks are incredibly popular and is a symbol for happiness, success, and peace in the home. We also have an excellent selection of Jewish and Israel themed clocks that will brighten up any room while keeping your busy schedules running right on time.
❤︎ We love this Hebrew Words clock from Barbara Shaw and
When you first walk into a Jewish home, you'll notice there is a mezuzah on the doorpost, so find a Mezuzah that is perfect for you two in this new chapter of your life. It will be the first thing you put up in your new home together, and the last thing you take down before you move to a new place so find something that really represents who the two of you are. Jerusalem Stone, ceramic, silver, wood, aluminum and more-there are over 500 options for mezuzahs so you're bound to find one you will love! Don't forget to add a mezuzah scroll to your registry as well because what is a mezuzah without the scroll!
Shabbat might just be one day a week but it requires many specific and special items. To start off Shabbat, the woman of the house will need a pair of beautiful Shabbat Candlesticks, as most women begin to light when they get married. We light the candles right at sunset and one of the meanings behind lighting is to bring Shalom Bayit- peace on the house. There is something special about women all over the world, generation after generation, coming together at the same time every week to bring in Shabbat together. To be a part of this tradition is unbelievable, and something you might also pass onto future generations.
Before we can eat, the man of the house raises a cup of wine and says Kiddush, a thanks to G-d for giving us this day of rest. However, this is no ordinary cup. We sanctify Kiddush and Shabbat by using an elegant Kiddush Cup. As you start to host people throughout your lives together, you are going to want a Kiddush Cup that will last through it all with you. If the two of you enjoy hosting people for every meal, you can consider getting a Kiddush set, with a Kiddush cup and mini cups for everyone you invite over, or a magnificent wine fountain that will make pouring much easier and spill free for you.
Next up is to wash our hands three times each hand to purify ourselves before eating bread. Besides that this is a healthy act to do before eating, doing Netilat Yadayim requires using a vessel such as a washing cup! Israeli artists have created some of the most beautiful washing cups you could ever think of with metallic shines, painted scenes of nature and Jerusalem or something else completely out of the ordinary. Everything we do on Shabbat is supposed to be done in a special way, so after washing your hands, you'll need something to dry them on! We have hand towels for every holiday and you might even find ones that perfectly match your washing cup.
Many might say the best part of any Shabbat meal is the fluffy challah. Homemade or store bought, you can never get enough of it. On Shabbat, a Challah board and Challah cover are incredibly important. When the Jews were wandering in the desert for forty years, they ate manna that fell from the sky. The manna was protected by a layer of dew beneath it and a layer of dew above it, something that we remember on Shabbat by using a challah board and cover. The Challah board is basically the centerpiece of your Shabbat table, so choose something you absolutely love. We also have a lovely variety of Challah knifes to choose from if your board does not come with one.
On Shabbat, were not supposed to actively use electricity, which is why in many religious homes, you'll find lights on a timer throughout the house and even a plata in the kitchen. A plata is a hotplate that people warm their food up on, but it only really warms up the bottom very quickly. To trap in heat, people choose to cover everything on the plata with a thick Plata cover. Traps in heat to quickly warm up your food and has beautiful designs on it, since everything we do for Shabbat should be beautiful.
On Saturday night, once there are three stars in the sky, it is time to end Shabbat by saying Havdallah. This blessing wishes us to have a good week through the blessing said over wine, as one said over spices and a fire. A Havdallah set is needed for this time and as a newlywed couple, it means the end of a full day of rest together. Rather than having it be a sad occasion, turn it into something special by choosing a beautiful Havdallah set that will make it a little bit better to end Shabbat. We also have fantastic Havdallah candles to add on so that you're all set for your first Havdallah together.
Passover, or Pesach, is one of the longest holidays in Judaism, lasting a whole seven days. To kick off this holiday, family and friends gets together to tell the story of the Jews leaving Egypt during the Pesach Seder. As the two of you get married, you are starting your own family, meaning you might want to start hosting your own Seder! For this, you'll need a Seder Plate, which the Judaica Web Store has plenty of, and a Cup for Eliyahu the Prophet for when we welcome him into our homes towards the end of the Seder. Since we don't eat bread over Passover but rather Matzah, you'll also need something to keep the flat bread in so that it won't break (and will keep crumbs in a single place). Our matzah trays come in many different designs and colors that you will love to use every Passover.
Now that you'll be celebrating every holiday together, you'll need all the appropriate items to celebrate each one with. Every night of Hannukah, you'll be lighting the Menorah and eating yummy latkes together. An iconic symbol of Judaism, no Jewish home is complete without a proper menorah. No matter what your taste is, we have a menorah that will light up your home and match your decor (if you want it to). If the two of you have an appreciation for history, or even your own heritage, many of our menorahs are produced by the Israel Museum and are replicas of those found in some of the largest and oldest Jewish communities around the world.
Once again, Mazal Tov on this happy milestone and thank you for choosing the Judaica Web Store for your registry!