Adventures in Benching

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Jerusalem Post BY ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN APRIL 27, 2017 17:55 Let’s Bench takes tradition into the future Reciting birkat hamazon (the grace after meals, or benching, in the colloquial English expression of the Yiddish term) is the traditional time when Jews come together after a meal to give thanks to God. People often collect benchers from weddings and bar and … Read More

Do I need wedding benchers and what should I choose?

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Do you save wedding benchers in a drawer and bring them out at the end of a meal? It’s always fun to look at the benchers from various simchas and think back about that wedding and the couple who tied the knot that day. That’s why a bencher is a great keepsake to give out at a wedding, creating a party favor to offer … Read More

Bar & Bat Mitzvah Photography Checklist

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So you booked a Bar Mitzvah photographer (or Bat Mitzvah photographer). Or maybe a friend of the family is a photographer and is offering to help out. That’s great – photography is essential in capturing an important family milestone. It’s a huge moment for the child who is coming of age – it’s his or her moment – their rite-of-passage … Read More

Here are 7 Clever Ways to Make Your Family Simcha Special:

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How do you make your simcha meaningful and fun at the same time? We have seen many families try so hard to customize their bar mitzvah, bat mitzvah, or wedding that the ‘simcha’ can get lost in the shuffle. Here are seven ideas to think about when planning your family communal experience. Of course, there are many more ideas than … Read More