Greenwood Papercut Ketubah
The visual metaphor of the coming together of the bride and groom and the fusion of their separate lives becoming one is particularly poignant in the Greenwood ketubah. The two trees flanking the ketubah's text are separate entities, and yet, their roots grow towards each other, meet and begin to intertwine.
Above, their branches and leaves spread out and unite to create a canopy; a bridge in the sky with the words from Song of Songs: I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine. Below, a shelter is formed by the foliage above, providing a place where two deer may find refuge and seek repose This simple image encapsulates the hopes and aspirations of the new couple, who come to each other as individuals, making a bond that strengthens one another, as they grow while sharing their life together.
The words from Song of Songs 2:2-3: form a border around the ketubah Like the rose maintaining its beauty among the thorns, so is my beloved Like the fragrant apple among the barren trees of the forest, so is my beloved Giclee print with hand-applied 24 karat gold
The Mosaic Room Ketubah
Influenced by Picasso's distinct style, the Mosaic Room Ketubah uses tons of patters and colors to create a really unique work of art. Between the glow of the candles and mosaic design, this Ketubah inspires a feeling of warmth, home, and tradition. The Mosaic Room Ketubah is for the couple that are looking for a traditional ketubah with a unique design and contrast.See This Ketubah
Rays of Light Ketubah
A colorful kaleidoscope incorporates miniatures of Jewish and universal symbols. The word “To Life”, “Lechaim” (in Hebrew) is brightly emphasized in the center of the circle of life, that shines out it’s Rays of love light. Joyful verses taken from the song of songs along with blessings for good luck surrounds this amorphous design:See This Ketubah
“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”.
“I found He whom my soul loves”.
“Place me like a seal upon Your heart, like a seal upon Your outstretched arm; for Your love is as strong as death”.
“Vast amounts of water cannot extinguish My love for you and rivers cannot flood it”.
“Go out and see, daughters of Zion, the King Shlomo; in the crown which His mother has made Him, on the day of His wedding, and on the day that His heart rejoices”.
“Gladden the beloved companions as you gladden your creature in Garden of Eden from aforetime”.
“Praised are You, Adonai our God, who rules the universe, who created joy and gladness, bride and groom, pleasure, song, delight, laughter, love and harmony, peace and companionship, Adonai our God, may there always be heard in the cities of Judah and the streets of Jerusalem voices of joy and gladness, of happiness, voices of bride and groom, the jubilant voices of those joined in marriage under the huppah, the voices of young people feasting and singing. Praise are You, Adonai, who causes the groom and the bride to rejoice together.”
Birds of Paradise Papercut Ketubah
“In the cities of Judea and the streets of Jerusalem, the voice of joy and the voice of happiness, the voice of the groom and the voice of the bride”
Birds of Paradise is a paper cut ketubah of joy and delight: an artistic expression of the Song of Songs. Olive branches, pomegranates and cheerful song birds are the dominant motifs that bespeak of a life of growth and blossoming. A gold menorah protected by a canopy of myrtle leaves is central to the composition. The composition conveys movement and yet, a sense of a balance and calm.
The charming palette of pastel pinks, blues and greens is enhanced by hand applied 24 karat gold leaf. Birds of Paradise is a celebration of the union of the bride and groom and visually anticipates their full and happy life together.See This Ketubah
The Rakefet (Cyclamen) is a herald of spring throughout the center and north of Israel. The quotes from Song of Songs are enhanced by the beauty of these flowers, symbols of new beginnings. Fine gold foil accents glimmer like morning dew.See This Ketubah
The Jazzberry Jam No. 18 Ketubah
The Jazzberry Jam No. 18 Ketubah exhibits a simple design with minimal color. Inspired by Mark Rothko, the square structure and purple shades work together to bring out the text. Perfect for the couple that wants a bold, traditional Ketubah with quality design.See This Ketubah
The Sun and the Moon Ketubah
The Sun and the Moon Ketubah contains a beautiful abstract style with a circular framing for the Ketubah text. This work of art exhibits a unique contrast of warmer and cooler shades. Perfect for the couple searching for a traditional style Ketubah, this Ketubah contains high quality design.See This Ketubah
Indian Chuppah Ketubah
The fine art ketubah collection is inspired by the colors and textures of Jerusalem. Each ketubah is printed to order, allowing the text to be checked by the rabbi performing your wedding. Custom coordinated invitations are available by request using images and concepts from your ketubah.See This Ketubah
The Toronto Skyline Ketubah
The Toronto Skyline Ketubah features this gorgeous city skyline with color and style. This Ketubah is perfect for the couple that calls Toronto their home. This design is a beautiful blend of high-quality style and tradition.See This Ketubah
The Ethereal Landscape Earth Ketubah
The Ethereal Landscape Earth Ketubah takes the most ancient subject — the earth itself — and gives it a modern view. This Ketubah thus combines the land and sky around us, but adds a distinctly 21st century twist to it.
This ketubah is perfect for the couple who not only is in touch with nature and the world around them — but who wants to view themselves and the world from different angles, who wants to continue our ancient traditions but with a very modern style. It is for the couple who is willing to work hard to achieve the best of all worlds.See This Ketubah
The exotic spice coast of Cochin India is the inspiration for the second of our Heritage Ketubah illuminations.
For at least 2000 years evidence of a Jewish presence in southwest costal India has been documented. by the 15th century, Cochin had grown a vibrant Jewish community which flourished in the spice and agricultural trades of the era.
Under the richly colored chuppah blowing in the scented breezes of the Indian spice coast, these delicately lettered ketubah vows offer beckoning promise to a marriage union blessed with love kindness and devotion.
Witnessed, symbolically, by family, friends and longstanding heritage of the Jewish communities around the world, “Kochi!” radiates a joyous blessing for todays couples from the ages of Jewish heritage in the sub Indian continent.See This Ketubah
Oval Traditions Ketubah
Jewish symbols, life cycle events & holidays, and traditional quotes are interspersed throughout an ethereal oval that encompasses the marriage vows. The folk motif influence is evident in this light and airy creation. (This ketubah has no gold foil).
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