Saying Goodbye To Style Me Pretty

Style Me Pretty has been inspiring brides since 2013. We were heartbroken to hear the news that the site would be shutting down. We wanted to make sure all future brides are still able to find our ketubahs that have been featured at these weddings.

The company posted on Facebook, “After an incredible twelve years of sharing your beautiful weddings, we will close Style Me Pretty on April 30th.” We are so sad to see this wonderful site go. We are excited to share just a few of the weddings we loved that had ketubahs from and artists. Because all links will be broken at the end of the month we are not linking to their original stories.

Which is your favorite Style Me Pretty Wedding?

Jewish Loews Ventana Canyon Wedding

Monselice (Italy) 1659 Ketubah Photo by Jacob Chinn

This was one of the first weddings we saw on a blog with our Jewish Museum Collection Ketubah. We were so excited that it was our social media profile photo for a long time. The Monselice (Italy), 1659 – Museum Collection Ketubah picture perfect under their rustic and floral chuppah as the couple kissed.

Florals by: La Fleur Plant Scapes

Chicago Wedding from Jeffrey and Julia Woods + Bliss Weddings and Events

The couple embraces each other as their rabbi reads the Gefen Papercut Ketubah

Atlantic City Wedding from 217 Photography + Proud to Plan

Trees of Life (Teutsch) Ketubah Photo by 217 Photography

This wedding chose the Trees of Life – Gold (Teutsch) Ketubah which matched their floral chuppah. The couple also displayed the ketubah by the wedding cake as they smashing slices into each other’s mouths.

Planned by: Proud to Plan

Bronx Zoo Wedding by Uplift Photography

Blue Forest Ketubah Photo by Uplight Photography

Never thought we’d see a wedding with the word “zoo” in the location but this wedding proved us wrong. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a bride so elated as this one after signing her Blue Forest Ketubah.

Florals by: Rachel Of Flowers 

The Crosby Wedding from Isari Flower Studio + John Schnack Photography

Gefen Papercut – Winter Ketubah Photo by John Schnack Photography

The elegant bride signs the Gefen Papercut under the rabbi’s watchful eye in this picture perfect California wedding.

Planned by: CBS Weddings

From the Vault of Style Me Pretty

Love’s Mosaic: Lapis and Emerald Ketubah Photo by Adeline and Grace

This wedding must be one of Style Me Pretty’s first because it doesn’t have many details about the event itself. But the photo of the bride signing Love’s Mosaic Lapis and Emerald Ketubah with her grandmother by her side will always be cherished by

Love’s Mosaic: Lapis and Emerald Ketubah Photo by Adeline and Grace

Backyard Santa Barbara Wedding by NLC Productions

Arbor Ketubah Photo by Chloe Murdoch Photography

This Backyard Santa Barbara wedding bursts with purple details. They chose the Arbor Ketubah by Mickie Caspi.

Arbor Ketubah Photo by Chloe Murdoch Photography

New Jersey Wedding by loli events + Michael Simon Wedding Photography

Love’s Mosaic: Sapphire and Amethyst Ketubah Photo by Michael Simon Wedding Photography

The couple let the setting and location do the heavy lifting under candlelight and in a gorgeous mansion. They signed our Love’s Mosaic and also had it on display at their chuppah on an easel.

Classic Wedding with a New York City Backdrop

Gefen Papercut – Winter Ketubah Photo by Ayenia Nour

The bride chose one of our favorite pair of bridal shoes AND our Gefen Papercut Ketubah.

Gefen Papercut – Winter Ketubah Photo by Ayenia Nour

Event design by: RPScissors

Viansa Winery Wedding from Catherine Hall Studios

One Heart Ketubah Photo by Catherine Hall

Rachel and Jeff got married at at the Viansa Winery in Sonoma and chose Amy Fagin’s One Heart Ketubah.

French Garden Inspired Wedding at Carmel Valley Ranch

This wedding is full of bright and vibrant greenery and flowers. It was perfect that they chose the Arbutus Tree Ketubah. Even though we no longer offer this ketubah, it’s still one of our favorites from the past.

See other ketubahs with Tree Themes here.
Florals by: Pink Petals

Golden Hour + a Glittering Lake Make for a Magical Ceremony

Garden of Love Ketubah Photo by Karen Hill Photography

Not only is their ketubah our gorgeous Garden of Love (Munitz) Ketubah by Angela Munitz but we also love this wedding for the bride’s modest and unique wedding gown from Ines Di Santo.

Al Fresco Affair Inspired by Great Gatsby

Katagami Washi Paper – Indigo Ketubah Photo by Pess Photo

This lakeside chuppah wedding at sunset is one we can’t forget. The close up shot of their Katagami Washi Paper – Indigo Ketubah by Temma Gentles text will always be a favorite.  

Floral decor by: Elegant Design Flowers
Videography by: Rising Sky Weddings

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