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How The Royal Wedding Can Inspire Your Jewish Wedding

Saturday’s Royal Wedding was truly magical. There are multiple ways that the Royal Wedding can inspire your Jewish wedding from your wedding dress, to your chuppah, or if you are a guest attending a Jewish wedding. We break down some of our favorite details and ways you can make it work for your Jewish wedding. […]

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Color of 2017: Millennial Pink

One of the most popular phrases and trends of 2017 has been Millennial Pink. You have been seeing and hearing about it everywhere – from New York Mag, sunglasses, cell phone cases and ketubahs are no exception. This soft pink might be a trendy shade but really it’s just another name for blush or rose […]

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An Inclusive Ketubah For An Interfaith Wedding

Planning an interfaith wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for couples to create a ceremony filled with traditions that have personal meaning to both partners. Couples can learn what the history and meaning behind Jewish traditions are, and then they can decide together, and with their officiant, what is best for them. The ketubah is an […]

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Ketubah Artists Help You Choose Your Ketubah

Ketubah artists’ advice is as unique as their pieces of artwork. Choosing a ketubah can be overwhelming with so many designs! So we’ve continued to ask ketubah artists what their #1 piece of advice to engaged couples is. Ami Fagin How the Shopping Experience Has Changed “The ketubah industry has gone through an explosion of […]

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Moroccan Wedding Traditions

There’s always a story behind our ketubahs so we’re looking at all things Moroccan this week! Morocco used to have the largest Jewish population in any Muslim country. It’s traditions and style have been passed on from generation to generation. The Henna Party The Henna party is traditionally the day or week before the wedding but […]

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