Eat This Wedding Favors
I love the custom 2.5-ounce jars of homemade marmalades and jams from Eat This to give out as favors at the end of your reception. The spreads come in an array of romantic flavors including Apricot Lavender Vanilla, Raspberry and Chambord, and Tomato Jalapeño. Each jam is homemade using simple, wholesome ingredients sourced locally and prepared in small batches. Plus, the company gives back to their local community, donating 5% of their proceeds to support the Delaware Valley Volunteer Fire Company in their hometown of Erwinna, Pennsylvania.
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Impression Judaica by Rafi Bernstein
Looking for a truly custom and truly special ketubah for your wedding day? Ketubah artist Rafi Bernstein of Impression Judaica creates incredible laser cut ketubahs, hand drawing the design, scanning and cleaning up the design on the computer, then laser cutting and engraving the final design in wood. The text is laid out on the computer to fit the shape of the artwork and printed on acid-free archival paper. Rafi makes sure to work closely with the bride & groom and the rabbi to ensure that the Hebrew names and dates are correct. Your ketubah will be one-of-a-kind and can be framed to hang as a keepsake in your home.
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Susan Gordon Pottery
I love the ring dishes and handmade jewelry from Susan Gordon Pottery, a small batch pottery studio creating handmade collections of dinnerware, decorative accents, and jewelry that are organic, detailed, and truly timeless. I love the adorable ring dishes, but she also creates custom jewelry that would make for a super cute bridesmaid gift, as well as the watercolor dinnerware that would make for a truly unique addition to your registry.
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