Hi! I’m Diana. I’m a designer and textile artist specializing in handmade chuppahs, the canopies used in Jewish wedding ceremonies.
The first chuppah I made was for my own wedding. Standing with my about-to-be husband under a chuppah that had so much personal meaning for us was an unforgettable experience, and one I knew I wanted to share. I began designing and making chuppahs for other couples–and the rest, as they say, is history.
I approach each client’s chuppah with the same goals I had for my own: to express something unique and meaningful about the couple who will be married beneath it; to add beauty to their wedding ceremony; and to give them a lasting heirloom, a permanent reminder of the love and commitment that brought them together.
I’m a graduate of the University of Chicago and Harrington College of Design, where I studied Interior Design with a focus on sustainability. I live in Chicago with my husband, a beautiful organic garden, and a slightly alarming amount of textiles.
Thank you for visiting!