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.

the ketubah reflects our feelings

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Diana, who ordered the Sunlight Ketubah shared this with me:

We spent quite some time looking at ketubahs, not finding anything we could envision hanging on our wall for years to come, but then when we found your designs it was a matter of minutes before we chose one. Your work is really beautiful, and we very much appreciate how flexible the wording and symbolism are. I’m Jewish and Ami isn’t, so it was important to us that the ketubah reflected our feelings without heavy religious connotation.

I hear this a lot. So many people want the beauty and symbolism of the ketubah, without being tied to a specific religious symbols or language that holds little meaning for them.

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