If you’re planning to attend any Jewish ceremonies soon, you’ll need some Mitzvah gift ideas.
Your gift could be an important ritual item a couple needs for their Jewish ceremony, or get creative and come up with a unique or original idea that will totally surprise your recipient.
You may need a gift for a birthday, a Bar Mitzvah, a Bat Mitzvah, a wedding couple, a baby naming, an anniversary, or a Jewish celebration of any kind. You may even want to honor that special someone in the military – for they are our blessing.
Whatever Mitzvah gift you choose to give, it is certain, that the recipient cherish your gift for years. So choose your gift with the recipient in mind.
Mitzvah Gift Ideas
- Plant trees in Israel through the Jewish National Fund or even send trees to the White House. What a wonderful Mitzvah! Your Mitzvah benefits by contributing to the blessing with your gift. More information on tree planting gifts.
- The Arbor Foundation – Tree planting gifts are a perfect Mitzvah gift idea. They are not only special to the recipient and the giver but also to our world.
- Jewish Ceremony Ritual Items – Items like a kiddush cup, a tallit, or a tzedakah box are always nice gifts as they are works of art. Giving such items can be very nostalgic to the recipient as they will no doubt keep these items for a lifetime, and perhaps even pass them down to the next generation.
- Judaica in the Spotlight is an online Jewish magazine. Read and view the many Jewish artists that create Judaica. See all the pieces that adds beauty to the holiday tables and offers a wonderful gift guide.
- A Life Cycle Video or Slide Show – Creating a slide show or video of the important life cycle moments. It creates a cherished gift. The memories create a family tree connected gift is PRICELESS!
- Zola is the place for a gift registry. Couples are creating their wedding registry. For an original gift idea for a couple soon to be married, consider viewing the couple’s registry they listed in their wedding websites. Often, you will notice they listed a few Judaica pieces by Jewish artists.