Making special events more memorable

Celebrating your special day in Israel is an experience you won’t regret.

By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
April 27, 2017 17:23
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The mother of the groom surprised this couple with a custom-made huppa. (photo credit: SHABI KEDEM)

 
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Planning a meaningful, enjoyable and affordable event to celebrate a bar/bat mitzva, wedding or anniversary can be daunting. Doing so from across the world can be exponentially harder. Yet, every year, that is exactly what thousands of Jews from around the world do in order to celebrate their smahot in Israel.

Celebrating in Israel connects the celebrants with their nation, land and history. It also provides an opportunity to add meaningful elements to the occasion that go beyond a party, by partaking in one of the many hessed (charitable kindness) opportunities available specifically for people marking their occasions here.

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