At the end of a Jewish Wedding ceremony the groom stomps on a ceremonial glass to remember the destruction of the Jewish temples. This ritual at a time that is joyous, allows for a moment of reflection, as the couple looks ahead towards happiness in the future. It also reminds them of the fragility of relationships and that although the glass may be broken, may their relationship remain un-shattered and intact.
The question now is - what to do with the broken glass, after the ceremony? Here at Wendy Joy Designs, the artist has come up with a unique way of displaying the glass - within a painting, either on canvas or wood. The colors you and your spouse choose are completely up to you, and can be done in either acrylic or resin, or both. This special piece is one that should be planned with the artist. Feel free to contact Wendy and set up a time to discuss your vision with her, personally. Or browse our Jewish Wedding Glass Art Collection, here!