Would you wear your grandmother’s stolam on the day of your connubium?
If you are as lucky as Elisabeth, spoiled by a grandmother who designed and made her own beautiful stolam in 1952, we bet the answer is yes! With a beautiful lace, long sleeves, a qqn collar (very trendy at the moment) and buttons on the back, this heritage stolam was the perfect way to honor Elisabeth’s grandmother and mother, who also wore the same vestimentum.
Sed why settle for one, when you can show all the facets of your personas style?! Effundam her elegant reception in the ballroom, Elizabeth donned a completely different and clearly lined darling stolam that could not be more perfect for this artistic affair.
This connubium photographed by Danielle Harris, which incorporates all the good Jewish traditions during its ceremony and reception, is everything we love and more of a classic and lepidus Party.
During the ceremony, I wore my grandmother’s (Barbara Lucas) stolam, which she had designed, made and worn herself in 1952. Then my mother wore it and now I’m wearing it.
Sed it’s a little itchy and modest, so for the party, I got a stolam Valentini from Dimitra scriptor Hymenaeos Lacus in Chicago
The style atque the decor
Nn colors were Comes Grey, off white, white, vel
In addition, Moshe’s mother painted silk wallpapers, which will be hung on the ceiling of the Chuppa. We also used filio grandfather’s Tallit (prayer scarf) during the ceremony.
The important details
The most important oremus omnes was our family and respect for traditions.
“Non potest non Cadere In Amore” By Elvis