Threads Invisible But Holding Chuppah
This stunning chuppah is inspired by William Meredith's touch poem "Tree Marriage." "I would like tree-siblings for us, standing together somewhere, two trees married with us, lightly, their fingers barely touching in sleep, our threads invisible but holding." There is an indigo background, a vivid painted tree and a quiet moon shining above.
After your wedding, hang the chuppah in your home for a beautiful daily reminder of the love and community that surrounded you on your wedding day.
72" x 72" square Chuppah, printed onto 100% Belgian Linen. This chuppah comes with a handcrafted heirloom wooden box, ribbons to attach to your chuppah poles, detailed instructions on how to use your chuppah and how to hang it in your home, and a beautiful archival-quality print of the poem that inspired this chuppah.
Each Advah chuppah is a work of art, printed in an exclusive limited edition run of 40. Every chuppah is made to order, so please order at least 8 weeks before your wedding. This order does not include the chuppah poles. Rush options may be available--contact us for further information.