The breaking of the Jewish wedding glass is one of the most beloved traditions of a Jewish wedding. After the couple is pronounced husband and wife, a Jewish wedding glass is placed on the ground. With a stomp, the groom crushes the glass, and the guests shout, “MAZAL TOV!!” But what does this tradition mean and where did it originate? Learn about 10 different interpretations of this Jewish wedding tradition. From ancient symbolism to mystical and modern meanings, the breaking of Jewish wedding glass holds a special place in a Jewish wedding.