A wedding is a beautiful occasion to share the love of one’s life with friends and family. You get together and enjoy eating, drinking and dancing. You listen to “The Twist” and “Party Rock Anthem” with your extended family and in the end there is a huge pile of gifts to sort through. For many these days those gifts are specifically chosen from a registry which has all of the appliances and other housewares. It is a good system that has saved the world the indignities of returning repeat gifts and getting models of things that are never quite right. The other gift giving option is generally just giving cash or writing a big fat check. This is another great new system that allows people the option to make their own choices, or really just helps cover the expenses of the wedding in the first place.
Still there is something to be said for getting a special and thoughtful gift that will remind the newly weds of what a special event this was and how honored you were to be a part of it. This does not have to be a hugely expensive gift and can really go along with something from the registry or a big fat check. Sterling silver gifts are perfect for a wedding. These gifts can be meaningful items that have some sort of spiritual or cultural significance to the bride and groom. You can get beautiful silver candlesticks, kiddush cups, mezuzahs, or other Judaica gifts are the perfect purchase for any and all Jewish weddings.
When you buy someone a sterling silver gift that has the sort of import of hose aforemantioned Judaice gifts you n know that it will be tied into the happy couple’s lives for years to come. They will touch your mezuzah as they enter and exit rooms. They will light candles in the silver candlesticks you purchased and if their memories serve them then chances are they will remember you. Finding your place in other people’s lives is important and if you have been asked to attend a wedding these people already have a place for you in their lives.
Sterling silver gifts are of course just one way to celebrate a wedding and as you search for the best gift option you will surely find something that is right for you. Still the feeling of precious metal, sturdy craftsmanship and Jewish meaning is something great to consider when browsing for the right gift.
If you are looking for a striking selection of sterling silver gifts and Judaica gifts look no further than Silver Cellar. Silver Cellar has a vast selection of beautiful sterling silver pieces from Kiddush cups to mezzuzahs, plus the Silver Cellar blog highlights different items each and every week.