Finding the Perfect Jewish Wedding Dress

Finding a wedding dress for a Jewish wedding doesn’t need to be stressful Finding the perfect traditional Jewish wedding dress is not an easy task. When I was looking for my own wedding dress years ago, I had certain specifications I was set on. I had this idea in my head of my “perfect” dress. I […]

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Write Your Own Ketubah Text

If you are having trouble locating the perfect ketubah text, try writing your own. You don’t need to be a professional writer to write your own meaningful ketubah. All you need is time and some inspiration. This will give you the perfect opportunity to talk to your future spouse about what is important to you […]

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Tips on Choosing A Color Palette for Your Ketubah

  “New York City Skyline with Roses” in Assorted Colors How To Choose A Ketubah? When choosing your Ketubah, whether you’re going with one of the standard designs or something completely customized, one of the big choices you have to make is in choosing your color palette. All the standard design colors you see in […]

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The Jewish Zodiac

Why the Zodiac is Jewish And a new papercut in honor of the capricorn My Hebrew birthday is in Tevet, smack in the middle of the month of December this year. Yet I was born in January, which makes me a capricorn…confused? In my case, I happened to be born in a year that the […]

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My Personal Projects

I Have Projects Besides Ketubah Art Looking at my website one might think that I only make ketubot, but I actually have several ongoing personal projects that I do on a larger scale as well. Here are a couple of photos.

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Here’s 2014’s Color of the Year

Pantone’s Color Forecast For 2014 These are the colors you will see everywhere next season, including your ketubah Every year there are certain colors you see everywhere you look. Flip a fashion magazine, open a home decor catalog, browse clothing store windows, it doesn’t matter where you look — certain colors will jump out at […]

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The Ketubah Tradition Breaking Cultural Barriers

The ketubah is a formal document at the Jewish wedding in which the couple defines their responsibilities to one another. All traditions have a way of exchanging promises, often in the form of reciting vows at the altar, but in recent years, many couples who are not Jewish have also embraced the ketubah as a […]