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.

modern ketubah on wedding yentas

This year I have contributed several articles about interfaith weddings to the excellent wedding site Wedding Yentas. Check them out here: • Combine Your Traditions To Create A Meaningful Interfaith…  read more

how to protect your ketubah during the ceremony

I recently heard this question from a bride: I want my ketubah to be displayed under the chuppah and have the rabbi read it aloud during the ceremony. But how…  read more

Working with your wedding photographer

This guest post was written by wedding photographers Jennie and Dave of Strawberry Road. We met on Third Tribe, an online forum for entrepreneurs, and struck up a conversation. I…  read more

How to decribe the ketubah in your wedding program

When you are planning an interfaith wedding, it’s a good idea to provide an explanation of the different traditions in your wedding program. This gives everyone the chance to understand…  read more

how to travel with your ketubah

When my wife and I got married, we were still living in San Francisco, but our wedding was closer to our family in New Jersey. Let me tell you, planning…  read more

sugggestions for framing your ketubah

Elyssa, who purchased the Horizon Ketubah from me just wrote and asked for some advice for framing her ketubah after the ceremony. First of all, I always recommend that you…  read more