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.

About Modern Ketubah and Daniel Sroka

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Daniel SrokaMy name is Daniel Sroka, the artist and owner of Modern Ketubah. I am an award-winning fine art photographer, with a 20-year career in visual design. Since 2003, it has been my honor to create over 1,400 ketubahs for couples around the world.

Modern Ketubah is an artist-owned and operated business, based out of my studio in northern New Jersey. Unlike those large “warehouse” ketubah stores, when you buy your ketubah from me, you are working directly with the artist who is creating your ketubah.

The ketubahs I make blend my fine art photography of flowers and leaves with beautiful, contemporary language. They are works of art, identical in quality to the fine art I sell to galleries and collectors. My ketubahs are for people who don’t want an old-fashioned ketubah — they want one that fits with their modern sense of art, style, and spirituality.

Since my wife and I are interfaith, all of my ketubahs are also designed to be perfect for interfaith and multicultural weddings. My goal is to create ketubot which any couple, from any background or situation can find meaningful and significant.

I am a career artist with over 20 years of professional experience, and my work reflects my commitment to originality, beauty, and quality. I take great pride in making sure that every ketubah I make is a handmade work of art you’ll be proud to display in your home.

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