The Russian Ketubah
The Jews of Russia and the Pale of Settlement have historically had a distinctive style of Ketubah. Not nearly as ornamental as the Sephardi Ketubot, these Ashkenazi Ketubot were usually simpler and often very humble. The best of them include slight and subtle flair and deep red colors.
The Russian Ketubah is perfect for the Jewish couple who wants a Ketubah in the traditional style of our ancestors in Eastern Europe, honoring and remembering their lives and traditions.See This Ketubah
The Seasonal Trees Ketubah
The Seasonal Trees Ketubah features four trees colored distinctly to represent each season of the year. This Ketubah is a beautiful symbol of the importance of marriage and tradition. This work of art is perfect for the couple that wants something traditional with great quality.See This Ketubah
Trees Edge Ketubah
Part of the Clean and Simple ketubah line.See This Ketubah
The Secret Garden Ketubah
This Ketubah contains lots of vibrant color and a floral design. The Secret Garden Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants something classic and traditional.See This Ketubah
The Triskelion Tree Ketubah
The Triskelion Tree Ketubah contains a beautiful design with a warmer, gold color palette. This Ketubah contains overlapping Triskelions — the perfect design to blend tradition and an artistic Celtic style. This Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants something high-quality and traditional!See This Ketubah
The Birch Tree Ketubah
The Birch Tree — the elegant guardian of the trees — stands in the forest, majestic but understated. Every tree has a personality and the Birch isn't one of the trees that tries to be the center of attention, it isn't one of the trees that dominates the forest around it, but it is the classiest of the trees. The Birch doesn't seek attention; but rather, attention comes to it.
The Birch Tree Ketubah is therefore the perfect Ketubah for a couple strives to build an elegant universe together, but doesn't necessarily want to be the center of attention. It's for the Understated Couple, the couple that values growing a new tree together, that wants to intertwine themselves together, but who will does so by being calm yet strong, united together.
THIS IS NOT YOUR TYPICAL KETUBAH: IT IS A FINGERPRINT KETUBAH!
Merge two wonderful parts of your wedding: the Ketubah and the Signing Board! With this new designs you get both on the same paper, giving your Ketubah that extra touch that no other Ketubah will have: your guests finishing the art by imprinting the leaves with their own fingerprints!
This ketubah can only be printed on paper (Verona or Hahnemüle); we strongly recommended the mounted Hahnemüle to make it easier to move around and avoid getting it wrinkled. You will need to buy a color pad; we'll make some recommendations so it's quick and easy.See This Ketubah
Evening Star Ketubah
The fiery and flowing hexagram of ''Evening Star'' blends proud symbols of Jewish identity with the wondrous and infinite order of the universe. The appearance of a bright star in the heavens foretells of an upcoming event filled with blessing and promise. The symbolism of the ''Evening Star'' ketubah is offered as a blessing of goodwill from the artist to the betrothed, to family and friends. In the course of its trajectory as a contemplative art object in the home, ''Evening Star''s message of promise and hope for peace, transcends the individual and the moment, encompassing all humanity for all time.See This Ketubah
Two exquisite, stylized gazelles symbolize mutual love and devotion. Delicate flowers and Stars of David surround the wedding vows.
- Orthodox no English
- Orthodox with English
- Conservative with Lieberman Clause
- Alternative Reform
- Humanist English only
The Heavenly Love Labyrinth depicts the sacred journey of life.
The Artwork showcases the passages of time, spiritual growth, and a deep connection to the heart. The Labyrinth presents a metaphysical metaphor which suggests that you are
constantly on an ever-folding path, still exactly where you are meant to be.
The Painting also emphasizes anatomical fluidity by highlighting the four chambers of the heart.
This Ketubah also features a Phoenix, which is symbolic of rebirth, divinity, and immortality.
Please note: If you purchase this ketubah with personalization, your information will be filled in via computer-print rather than hand-calligraphy. Hand-calligraphy is not available with this ketubah.See This Ketubah
Twelve (12) Tribes with Compass Ketubah
Twelve (12) Tribes with Compass Ketubah by Nava, Shoham – In ancient times Israel's High Priest wore a breastplate containing twelve stones, each representing one of the tribes of Israel. This piece brings to life the symbols of the tribes suspended on a parchment-like background.See This Ketubah
The Amour et Couleur Ketubah
Joan Miro’s unique combination of surrealism and cubism created a style that not only went on to redefine the art of contemporary southern Europe, but created an original style that is not just fun but consistently elegant, as well.
The Amour et Couleur Ketubah is the right ketubah for the couple who loves the modernist style and everything it represents: updating the tradition for modern times while keeping a classy look, that you’re proud to show off.See This Ketubah
The Under The Full Moon Ketubah
This Ketubah depicts the moon in all its beauty radiating beams of gleaming light to take away the darkness of the night filled sky. This piece shows a beautiful silver moon light on top of a black background so that we can truly appreciate the artist’s skill. The twinkling little lights in the ketubah just make it so much more beautiful as the moon is illuminating the entire painting in a subtle yet breathtaking manner.
This Ketubah is for that particular couple, who glow as bright as the moon when they’re together. This Ketubah will make your marriage shine so that the two of you are in perfect harmony. Just as the moon and the sun balance each other to give the world its night and day,the two of you will complement each other in every step of life’s beautiful journey. The moon shows hope, love and tranquility and that is indeed what your marriage will be all about. Known throughout history, the moon lifts the darkness and fills everything with its glistening beauty.See This Ketubah