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They did a beautiful job

They did a beautiful job helping us with our unique wedding invitations which included dried flowers from bouquets that my fiance had given me and...
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Thank you for getting us started so beautifully!

The invitations went out 10 days ago every day since then we get phone calls telling us how wonderful they are! We are thrilled with how they came...
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I think that Create-A-Design is the best

I think that Create-A-Design is the best because they made us the most gorgeous wedding invitations that anybody has ever seen! They were done with...
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Bar Mitzvah Invites

Having helped us with our wedding invites 15 years ago.. Shirley helped us again, of course, with our Barmitzvah invites. They turned out so...
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Jewish Glass Breaking Pouch


$13.99


with Star of David Embroidery. Mazel Tov! 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 Masel Tov!
  • Model: WS6015
  • Manufactured by: Wedding Star

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