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.

Cindy and Larry

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Cindy shared with my with she chose one of my ketubahs for her wedding:

I’m an artist myself… since I was a kid I’ve drawn and painted, but my passion has been photography since high school. I knew immediately that I wanted a photography-based ketubah so that we would display it like a piece of art in our home.‚Äč Yours just spoke to me….and then I was on your page and saw my sister’s ketubah in the photo gallery. It was a complete coincidence that I found you too… she got married 10 years ago! But from seeing her ketubah in her house for the past 10 years, I knew the quality of your work and I stopped looking for other options at that point.

Yes, even though it’s been 10 years, I still remember making her sister’s ketubah. It’s amazing how I can look back and remember so many details from the ketubahs I have made. And I love when I get the chance to make a ketubah for more than one member of the same family. It’s so great to feel like my art is part of a new family tradition.

But the best part is, Cindy shared the playlist the selected for their ceremony: it includes Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, and even Led Zeppelin. That is, to put is simply, awesome.




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