The wedding canopy (Chuppah) design, under which the bride and groom stand during the Jewish wedding ceremony, reflects the notion that the space beneath the Chuppah is graced with G-d’s presence and the couple’s eternal bond. The Chuppah comprised of interlocking triangles that make reference to the Star of David, representing the unification of opposite worlds (heaven and earth) and the harmony of G-ds creation. This contemporary design uses wood colums, cloth, and metal ring. The metal ring hangs in the middle, creating the sacred center and a conduit uniting  heaven and earth. The two triangular pieces of cloth penetrate the ring and suspend it in the center of the Chuppah. The dynamic and graceful design represents the tension and repose of life.