Jewish Wedding Glass Breaking Pouch
The Jewish Wedding Glass Breaking Pouch is a long standing tradition in Jewish weddings. Near the conclusion of a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony, it is customary that a glass, contained in a decorative pouch, is placed on the floor. The chatan (groom) proceeds to shatter the glass with his foot resulting in "Many Pieces, Many Years, and Many Blessings Together..." for the happy couple. Those in attendance respond with an enthusiastic Mazel Tov!
Note: Does not include glass
Availability: Jewish Wedding Glass Breaking Pouch takes approximately 3-5 business days to leave the warehouse plus transit time.
Returns accepted ONLY if item is defective.
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