chuppah is a decorated fabric held aloft as a symbolic home for the
new couple. It is often supported by four floor-mounted poles. Alternatively,
it may be carried by the bridal attendants as they walk down the aisle
and hand-held by them during the ceremony.
In Jewish tradition it represents the wedding chamber
to which the bridal couple will retire following the ceremony. It has
been said to symbolize the tent dwellings of the Bible as well as the
canopied litter which carried the bride in ancient times.
What size is a chuppah?
4 feet by 6 feet or we can size it to order
How much time is required to create a personalized
3 to 6 months depending on the complexity of the
Is a personal meeting between the bridal couple
and the artist required?
No, we can correspond by phone or e-mail instead.
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