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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.

Celebrating eight years of creating ketubahs

by     /    April 06, 2011    /    News    /    Tags:       (id 372)  

This March marked my eighth year of being in business as Modern Ketubah. What started as a simple idea back in 2003, took off and has become a major part of my career. Looking back, I have created ketubahs for nearly 1,200 couples across the United States, Canada and the UK. My ketubahs have been part of nearly every kind of wedding ceremony you can think of: interfaith, reform, multi-cultural, conservative and orthodox Jewish, non-religious, Christian, and same-sex weddings. I have had the privilege to be part of the most important day of so many people lives, it’s rather humbling.

And to think, this all started with my fiancĂ© (now wife) and I looking for our own ketubah, and me realizing “hey, I can do this!” Creating ketubahs combined my two passions, design and art. It allowed me to create a business built on all of my skills, interests, and talents. And most importantly, it allowed me to achieve a lifelong goal and begin to start making a living as an artist. Thank you to all of my wonderful customers and friends, and here’s to the future!

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