Monday, January 30, 2012

Marriage Equality

Marriage Equality Meets Mazel Tov Glass

There is lots of excitement in NYC since the marriage equality bill has been passed and many wedding celebrations are being planned. The breaking of the glass under the chupah is a Jewish ritual, but it is not a religious one. Several same sex couples have chosen to incorporate this smashing the glass ritual into their wedding ceremonies. The brides or grooms each choose a different color wedding glass to break. We then combine the colored shards to make a keepsake heirloom piece.
The first weekend in October we sold  Something Special Packages to 3 couples planning their weddings.

Turquoise & Green V Bowl, Amethyst & Blue Round Bowl, Green and White Ginger Jar

Friday, January 20, 2012

                             Happy Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is approaching and it is a popular time of year for getting engaged and planning a wedding. What a unique way to incorporate breaking the wedding glass as part of the wedding ceremony. After the groom's glass is smashed we will create a unique heirloom piece from the shards. Mazel Tov Glass would like to give you a Valentine’s Day gift. Between now and February 14th when you order a Mazel Tov Glass Package we will engrave your heirloom piece for free ($75 value)
To view the engraving options click on this link:

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Happy 2012

Mazel Tov Glass is excited about our upcoming year. We have moved into a new hot shop at Brooklyn Glass and are enjoying working in the space.

Our new web site is up and running complete with a shopping cart which makes it easy for our customers to place their order online at

We have also designed and manufactured our own-made in New York City-Mazel Tov Glass bags.