One of the most identifiable aspects of a Jewish wedding is when the groom stomps on the wedding glass and breaks it into numerous fragments. This scene is often depicted in Hollywood Movies, Broadway Plays and books. It is also a specific point in a wedding that the actual bride and groom will remember with clarity.
In the past the shards often wrapped in a cloth napkin were picked up by the house cleaning staff and tossed with all the other trash from the wedding ceremony. However now more and more artists have created different ways that one could save the broken pieces from the wedding glass. One of our favorite artists actually recreates the glass and suspends it in a Lucite Wedding Cube or Rectangle and imprints the names of the bride and groom along with the wedding date.
This Broken Wedding Glass Keepsake makes the perfect wedding gift.