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We're so thrilled to announce Eyal Tessler, of In Any Event event planning, as our Jewish wedding blogger. Event planning is Eyal Tessler’s strongest passion. Originally from Israel, Eyal obtained his bachelor degree from Tel Aviv University in Mass Communication and Business Administration. Over 15 years, experience in diverse markets such as Israel and New York have contributed to his imaginative approach to design, high sensitivity, and understanding of all needs, wants and budgets.
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I've noticed a new trend developing -- kippots which bebefit various causes. If you're looking for something unique and meaningful, check out these amazing hand made kippot. They are beautiful, functional and memorable.. Best of all, a portion of the proceeds go to support the local communities...read more
by Eyal Tessler
Recently I was asked to shoot a short video for the knot with insider tips and advise about rentals. We shot the video at “party rental limited” in NYC. The Knot Live I am amazed every time I visit rental companies showrooms and see the plethora of options we have for event rental these days. Looking...read more
For those of you in the NY Tri-state area who are looking for some great Kosher catering options, I wanted to share the news of the new merge: Foremost Simply Divine! Simply Divine, New York’s premier kosher boutique caterer and event planning company has just become the new boutique division of...read more
Over the years, many of my clients have come to me with the same question: Jewish weddings on Shabbat. As we approach the spring and summer wedding season and daylight saving starts, I wanted to share some options for Saturday Jewish weddings. One of the difficulties of planning a Jewish/interfaith...read more
In the spirit of the holiday season and the time we think about people we can touch and help, I wanted to introduce you to a great organization - the Flower-Power foundation in NYC. This organization was founded in 2003 and since have collected an amazing amount of flowers donated from people like you...read more
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The last thing you want to worry about is whether or not the glass will break at the end of your Jewish wedding ceremony. But when the glass is wrapped in a slippery satin bag or placed on a soft surface like grass or sand, it can take more than one attempt to hear the crunch.
But now, thanks...read more
Expert tips for creating a kosher wedding menu sure to delight your guests.
How can you keep your meal kosher while ensuring your guests are happy with the food? Eddie Levy from Signature Creations Caterers suggests centering the menu around either meat or dairy and brainstorming delicious ideas from...read more
Jewish bride Lindsey incorporated tons of simple but lovely DIY details into her traditional wedding. From the handmade huppah to the purple DIY'd décor, nearly everything had a personalized touch. How lovely is their ketubah, designed by Izzy Pludwinski?
Photos by: Kyle Bergner Photography
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New York couple Lissy and Ben know how to throw a party -- their Jewish wedding ceremony was full of tradition, and the reception was all about fun and celebration. Plus, how much do you love the fact that Ben's yarmulke matches Lissy's hot pink shoes? Video by Magic Flute Productions....read more
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