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Can grooms / mother of the bride / mother of the groom / bridesmaids join too?

Definitely! Brides Club is tailored to anyone planning, or helping to plan, a Jewish or Jew-ish wedding. Don’t be put off by the term ‘bride’ - everyone is welcome, whether you’re a groom from a same-sex wedding, a helpful maid of honor or a parent of the bride or groom.

Is Brides Club still for me if I am using a wedding planner?

Of course! See what one of our members says about using Brides Club alongside her wedding planner. There are so many benefits to joining the club, such as non-judgemental and ‘no-agenda’ advice and support from me on any topic (emotional or practical) at any time, plus an extensive library of Jewish wedding resources and checklists that no planners have access to, plus the members-only emergency hotline direct to me to ask me anything at any time, plus SO many more reasons (all listed above!)

Can I gift a Brides Club membership to a loved one?

Absolutely! A Brides Club membership is the perfect engagement gift! Email brides@smashingtheglass.com if you would like to purchase Brides Club membership as an engagement gift.

Do you give personal help and attention to me and my wedding inside Brides Club?

Yes! I’m keen to move you forward with your wedding planning every step of the way. I am on hand every Wednesday for a weekly live Q&A and there’s the members-only emergency hotline direct to me to ask me anything at any time!

Do I need to be Jewish to sign up?

Brides Club is run by me, Karen, founder of Smashing The Glass, the world’s biggest Jewish wedding blog. I welcome non-Jewish or Jew-ish reader with open arms, but it’s worth bearing in mind that everything about the Club is tailored with a Jewish wedding in mind.

Can I see the list of discounts and gifts on offer before I sign up?

If you wish to enquire about a particular vendor’s gift or discount prior to signing up, please email emily@smashingtheglass.com

My wedding date is very soon. Is it still worth joining?

Absolutely! Brides Club is value packed whatever stage you’re at, and besides it’s a monthly fee, so if you only want to join for one month that’s absolutely fine!

In my experience, the final few weeks of planning can often be the most challenging so you’ll definitely want access to my ‘8 weeks to go action plan’, hora Spotify playlist, ceremony program template, and so many more can’t-plan-without members-only resources and guides (and SO much more!)

I'm a wedding vendor - can I join Brides Club?

Brides Club is (as the name suggests) for brides, and their friends and family. It is not a club for wedding vendors.