(Closed) Too much stuff on the “alter” and not enought room! HELP!

posted 8 years ago in Decor
Post # 4
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10367 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

I love the Bass Hall! I used to live in Ft Worth :-). So, this actually shouldn’t be that hard. I would do a more delicate chuppah – something that isn’t visually heavy, just to not compete with everything else. You would have to either measure the depth of the stairs to make it even (so that 2 poles could be shorter than the other 2) or be ok with it being a little uneven (nobody will notice or care!). We had a small cocktail table that had our glass for stomping on it – you could do something like that off to the side (with the unity candle on it for your needs), and balance it with a identical table on the other side that has the Ketubah on it, or an easel that will hold the ketubah up. I think the key is just to keep it streamlined and sleek, so it doesn’t get too busy.

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Can you have the unity candle and ketubah on a small table underneath the chuppah?  Rabbi can stand on one side of the table and the minister on the other.  Or display the ketubah behind the table with the unity candle. 

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