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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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Ketubah Advice from Ketubah Artists

Ketubah Advice from Ketubah Artists

We always like to ask ketubah artists what advice they give to couples when choosing their ketubah. What’s most important? Color? Esthetic? Season? Here are the key pieces of advice to couples from the ketubah artists who bring them to life. Marriage Is All About Compromise Mickie Caspi’s delicate watercolor ketubahs are stunning favorites at Jewish […]

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The Meaning Behind “Ani L’Dodi V’Dodi Li”

“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine,” – Song of Songs (Shir HaShirim), Chapter 6, verse 3A. Many phrases from The Song of Songs written by King Solomon, have been used throughout weddings for centuries. But why is this particular phrase so popular when it comes to weddings? What does it truly mean? […]

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Experiencing the Other Side: The Text Proof

Our Social Media Manager, Aliyah, is getting married September 4th, and will be writing about her experience as a Ketubah.com customer! Follow along as she shares her real life experiences and what it’s like from the other side.  They say you fall in love when you least expect it but I never thought that would […]

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Danny Azoulay: The Artist and The Ketubah

Danny Azoulay is one of the most popular ketubah artists known for his intricate papercuts. His work is instantly recognizable in Jewish homes from Jerusalem to New York and around the world. Originally born in Morocco, Azoulay’s work has been influenced by landscapes from his childhood and vivid biblical imagery. Today, he and his wife run […]

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Understanding The Ketubah Text And Facts You Didn’t Know

Including the ketubah in any Jewish wedding has become standard, but you should understand what exactly it is and was in its original purpose. Better understanding the meaning of the ketubah will get you more excited to include it in your wedding and best update and personalize your ketubah text (with your officiant’s approval) so that […]

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