Poetry Wedding Chupah


Elegant in its simplicity, this gossamer white chupah is an ethereal interpretation of the traditional tallis with its familiar motif or repeating wide and narrow satin stripes and satin fringe. The names of the bride and groom and the wedding date are hand lettered onto the satin stripes in your choice of English or Hebrew. […]

Serenity Simple Wedding Canopy


Diaphanous as butterfly wings, this delicate, sheer silk chiffon canopy, streaked with golden threads, floats gently overhead, adding a serene grace to the hush of the ceremony. An oval of silk crepe de chine is hand lettered in Hebrew with the simple and ancient words of the Song of Songs, “I am my beloved’s, and […]

Larra Wedding Chupah Canopy


Fresh as the day “at the morn,” the brilliant colors of this hand-painted silk panel captures the vibrancy of morning glories in full bloom, creating a romantic setting for the names of the bride and groom and the wedding date. Surrounding the panel is an iridescent white and silver sequined trim, appliqued to a wedding […]

Victorian Romance Wedding Chupah

Victorian Romance

A delicate celadon silk panel of hand-painted ivy and wild roses forms an oval garland surrounding the bride’s and groom’s names and the wedding date. Further adorned by a whisper-pink, satin rose nesting on an over-sized silk “leaf” in each corner. The panel, trimmed in white-and-silver sequined ribbon, is appliqued to an exquisitely detailed and […]

Love Doves Crocheted Wedding Canopy

Love Doves

With the ambiance of an antique, Love Doves is individually painted with a gentle water color palette. Four Picasso-like doves holding a banner inscribed with the names of the bride and groom and wedding date grace the silk panel, appliqued with satin ribbon to a canopy intricately hand-crocheted in a snowflake pattern. The entire piece […]

Sunrise Wedding Canopy


Quietly elegant and sophisticated, this original silk painting is a contemporary interpretation of a new day dawning on civilization. The jewel-like colors and abstraction of form create the setting for the hand-lettered names of the bride and groom and the wedding date, symbolizing the integration of the new couple into society. The painting is appliqued […]

Celebration Wedding Chupah


Our exuberant ancestors come to life in this modern interpretation of the traditional wedding celebration. Each midnight-blue velvet dancer is trimmed in gold and appliqued onto a hand-loomed silk weaving reminiscent of Joseph’s brilliantly multi-colored coat, laced with strand of gold. Symbolizing the traditional handkerchief, the center panel of silk proudly proclaims the bride’s and […]

Jerusalem at Dawn Wedding Canopy

Jerusalem at Dawn

The subdues glow of Jerusalem stone glimmering in the first light of dawn is the inspiration for this masterful original work of art. The rose-streaked sky over the Old City is the background for the names of the bride and groom and wedding date. Trimmed with a woven bronze ribbon, the silk painting is appliqued […]