Did you know that in addition to being the Jewish New Year of Trees, Tu B’shevat is also considered an auspicious day to get married?! Keep reading for a list of our favorite ways that nature-inspired elements have made their way into Jewish weddings.
1. A gorgeous chuppah made of gilded branches.
2. A ketubah with two interlocking trees.
3. Seed bomb wedding favors make planting easy– guests just toss the contents on top of soil and enjoy the beautiful flowers as they grow.
4. A fingerprint tree guest book is a unique way to create a beautiful and meaningful momento of your big day.
5. A tree inspired wedding cake.
6. A stunning “tree of life” kiddush cup.
7. Planning an eco-kosher menu (using sustainable, local ingredients) allows you to provide a delicious, healthy, and nature-inspired meal for your guests.
Are you incorporating any natural elements into your wedding? Let us know in the comments below!