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Another wedding invitation caricature that I drew in a Jewish theme. Since the wedding took place in a flower garden, the couple asked to be drawn in such a garden, with a Chuppah in the background (in Jewish tradition, a Chuppah is a canopy where the couple stands during the wedding ceremony).
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This is a caricature I drew for a Bar Mitzvah Invitation. The Bar Mitzvah boy is a professional swimmer, so he asked to be drawn swimming in the pool, along with his Yamaka and Tefillin (which are traditionally worn during the religious part of the Bar Mitzvah party).
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I drew this wedding invitation caricature for this lovely Jewish couple. It shows the bride carrying the groom (in a “reverse of classic roles”).
For anyone who’s wondering what’s that shiny object under the bride’s foot – according to Jewish tradition, after the couple has been officially declared husband and wife, they both drink wine from a glass and then the glass is wrapped with a bag or tin foil and placed under the groom’s foot. The groom crushes the glass with his right foot (for good luck), and this begins the official marriage celebration. In this caricature, the glass is placed under the bride’s foot, while the groom holds the bride’s flower bouquet.
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