“We love to blow glass and to make a beautiful pieces of functional art for wedding couples.”
At a Jewish, interfaith, or same sex wedding ceremony, it is customary to step on and break the ritual glass. But what’s to be done with the pieces? Well today’s vendor spotlight tackles that issue in an innovative way by creating a keepsake that can be cherished forever.
Kanik Chung, Andrea Osnow, and Susan Schulman of Mazel Tov Glass has been in business for over 10 years. They have hundreds of satisfied customers throughout the Tri-State area.
Mazel Tov Glass offer a variety of options for your ritual glass shards. They can blown into a bowl or vase that encases the shards (see above), or they can actually rework the shards into a Mezuzah or Menorah (see below).
“One of our customers purchased Mazel Tov Glasses for each of her 3 daughters. They each had us make a round bowl. Since blown glass is not an exact art each bowl had its unique style.”
From religious pieces, to functional bowls and vases, to more artistic decorative work like the glass flowers pictured below, Mazel Tov Glass really offers something for everyone.
If you’re planning a Jewish, interfaith, or same sex ceremony, Mazel Tov Glass may be the right choice for you. You can chat with them directly on Planestry, or reach them at any of the pages listed below!!
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