The Modern Ketubah Blog

In this blog I discuss what goes into creating fine art wedding ketubah, as well as ideas about wedding ceremonies and traditions, and answer some of the questions and comments from the couples I've worked with.

Press Release: Modern Twist on a Wedding Tradition

I just released the following press release about Modern Ketubah. Artist Creates a Modern Twist on an Old Wedding Tradition: Fine art photographer Daniel Sroka creates unique wedding certificates that…  read more

Hiddur mitzvah

In the Jewish tradition “hiddur mitzvah”, it is a mitzvah, a good act, to make religious objects as beautiful as possible. Beautifying these ceremonial objects heightens their spiritual quality, and…  read more

How long does it take to make a ketubah?

One of the most common questions I receive is: How long does it take to make a ketubah? The truth is, you could get one in 30 seconds: just visit…  read more

Ketubot for non-religious ceremonies

Tracy at Fresh Bride added another nice post about my ketubah designs (thank you!), in which she mentioned was how my designs are well-suited for people who are planning a…  read more

The ketubah is the first thing to hang in your new home

I recently received the nicest emails from a customer of mine: It’s been almost a year since you’ve heard from us but I had to follow up with you. Recently,…  read more

Introducing my new ketubah design “African Lily”

This spring I introduced a new ketubah design, called “African Lily” (click here to see it). The african lily, also know as agapanthus or lily-of-the-nile, is a unique and beautiful…  read more

Modern Ketubah at Fresh Bride

I recently got a nice mention on the blog Fresh Bride, in a post called “Ketubahs with Love“. The site is run by ceremony designer Tracy Masington. Her blog offers…  read more

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