Post # 1
I was just checking online for inexpensive chuppah rentals in the DC area, because someone on another board was asking. And what should I find on Craigslist but the chuppah I made for our wedding back in 2009! We sold it to another couple after our wedding. Apparently, that couple used it for their own wedding, then started renting it out to other couples. I’m thrilled that it has become a resource for local brides, because many of the chuppah rental options are really expensive. But it was still really odd to see an ad for something that I built.
Post # 3
That’s so cool! It must be kind of awesome to know that this thing you made has been part of such an important event in people’s lives.
Post # 4
that is awesome. Seriously.
My parents constructed our chuppah, and the cover is a family heirloom…so I wont be selling it, but how cool is that??
Post # 5
Some pictures of our chuppah in other people’s weddings:
Post # 6
That’s actually really cool that something you made gets to working in many other weddings:)
Post # 7
Wow! That is so cool to see that the project you worked so hard on has been useful to so many other couples. I’ve always been incredibly impressed with your chuppah–it was such a creative idea and it looks very professional.