Top your noggin with a wilder-style yarmulke #Fashion#groom gear#hat#jewish#LGBTQ Updated Mar 15 2021 (Posted Oct 9 2012) Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Jessica and Jason. Photo by Jonathan Keller Yarmulkes (or kippahs) are caps worn on the head, typically by those of Jewish faith. We have seen these many times in our real weddings, but I wanted to share a few interesting yarmulkes I found while digging around the internet. For those able to wear something a little more daring, I present these alternative (and sometimes out there) yarmulkes for your offbeat Jewish wedding. A rainbow yarmulke would be pretty awesome for a Jewish/LGBT wedding. Everyone will know you've got Pokémon on the brain when a Poké Ball is keeping it stored up. This swirl style will either hypnotize your guests or make them think of candy. Either way is a win in my book. You are getting sleepy… This happy face will make sure all your guests are having a nice day at your wedding. Related Post You don't want to miss the floral suit at this chic engagement shoot Michael-Birch and Anthony's chic engagement shoot featured a truly gorgeous sunset, their two sweet pooches, some seriously killer fashion (THAT FLORAL SUIT!), and two men... Read more These colorful yarmulkes are crocheted by hand — love the colors! Noah wears a similar super colorful style. Photo by Eugene Spiegel If you'll be wearing a yarmulke at your wedding, what's your style? Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Stephanie & Zachary's budget-friendly courthouse and pizza wedding NEXT Andrea & Peter's secret month-long Scotland elopement Show/Hide comments [ 10 ] Can someone give me a yarmulke lesson? How are they supposed to stay on your head? I see Noah there is wearing a little hair clip… Reply You usually use bobby pins or barrettes (the kind Noah is wearing above is the most common). Some actually have a little velcro or hair comb on the inside that helps if the wearer has the right type of hair. Men who are growing balder by the day often start to wear bigger kippot (plural of kippah) to keep them on with nothing to clip them to. Reply Plural of Kippah = KIPPOT! This is awesome. Reply Also, some types are larger and more hat-like, such as this one. They stay on pretty well, because they fit over the whole top of your head and come down about 2". Reply Super cute 🙂 I've made my Fiancee a 2-sided Kippah, one side had cats, and the other side was more formal with a shiny blue. They are super easy to make, I'm hoping to make another one for her for our wedding 🙂 Reply Please send us a DIY guestpost about this – I want to learn how to make these! Reply These are pretty tame to all the ones I saw in all the shops in Israel. There were many variates to suit anyone and everyone so much so that I never stopped to take pictures because it was a normal thing. Guess the Holy Land is a little more offbeat than people give them credit for (and no, it was not just in Tel Aviv, they are even in the very strict communities in Jerusalem). Reply Love these! My guy's favorite is his Army-issue ACU/camo print. Reply You forgot the most obvious alternative of all, PROPELLOR BEANIES. Oh yeah. We're having 'em. Also, this barely (barely!) scratches the surface of funky kippot. Do a google image search for bukharan kippot, and check out the colorful embroidered awesomeness available. (And for anyone looking for larger kippot but don't want the square format that you see in the Bukharan versions, Jews from assorted African traditions typically wear larger ones that conform to the shape of one's head.) Edit: Here's a wiki on the Bukharan Jews, if anyone's interested in this tiny central Asian culture who make some bitchin' yarmulkes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bukharan_Jews Reply For my wedding a friend of mine made a kippah out of wire and beads, I am going to attach my birdcage veil to the kippah for my head-wear. She makes them out of all types of beads and different wires, you can check them out here: http://www.byadokippot.com Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.