This Is Not a Ketubah...

When going through the course of finding a perfect ketubah, it is necessary to work with someone, or a team even, that can help you every step of the way. When searching for Best Customer Service, we wanted to find a company that didn’t just have the knowledge and basic customer service, but went well beyond all other ketubah artists. This Is Not A Ketubah wins the Best Customer Service award with their exceptional customer service. The website and interaction with their team creates such a personal and welcoming atmosphere that you feel like you are communicating with a friend, instead of a big company. Originally posted 2012-08-13...

Most Earth Friendly Ketubah (Love By Leya)...

Love By Leya stands out not just for her gorgeous paper-cut ketubot, but her commitment to creating them with 100% earth-friendly materials. From first design to final shipment and payment, she uses sustainably harvested and processed papers. Her packaging is made of biodegradable papers and she even donates a percentage of her profits to environmental organizations. Love By Leya wins Most Earth Friendly Ketubot for her devotion to preserving this beautiful tradition while also preserving the planet, one ketubah at a time. Originally posted 2012-10-18...

New Ketubah

Having or designing a ketubah is already extremely meaningful, it is an artistic symbol of a couple’s love and devotion. How much more significant could it be when the artist creating their Ketubah does so, with their very own hands? Every movement made with the thought of the couple in mind — their interests, desires and unique partnership. New Ketubah made by artist Tsilli Pines wins Best Handcrafted Ketubah for her unique handcrafted art pieces. Her ketubot have carefully stitched cotton threads throughout the artwork, to create the most special and significant symbol in a couple’s life. Originally posted 2012-10-18...

4 Pillars (Gabrielle Mizrachi Mallin)...

This next award is one that is so unique, we had to make sure we found exactly the right ketubah for it. Gabrielle Mizrachi-Mallin’s “4 Pillars Ketubah” is crafted with 6 to 12 layers and faux gemstones to produce a beautiful light and drama. His Ketubah contains all the dynamic and unique structure that is vital in creating not just an ordinary art piece, but a beautiful 3D art piece. We are pleased to award the “4 Pillars Ketubah” with Best 3D Ketubah. Originally posted 2012-08-14...

The Simple Ketubot (Orthodox Ketubot)...

Buying a Ketubah on top of all the other wedding expenses can be expensive. For many couples who desire a Ketubah, but don’t want anything too basic or too lavish, there tends to be little to no options out there. The Simple Ketubot from Orthodox seems to find the middle ground of budget friendly and gorgeous designs. They have combined both elements seamlessly while also having tons of options to choose from!  All their Simple Ketubot are $100 and have gorgeous borders with varying designs — the perfect choice for a couple that wants something more basic, but still want a touch of beautiful art. Originally posted 2013-04-25...

The Oded Ezer Ketubah (Oded Ezer)...

The arrangement and appearance of the text is an extremely important piece in creating a perfect ketubah. Odor Ezer wins Best Typographic Ketubah for his completely unique and advanced craftsmanship. Ezer’s knowledge of the hebrew text along with his unparalleled skill sets him apart from the rest. His text makes any regular ketubah come to life. Originally posted 2012-08-13...

Chantilly Papercut Ketubah (Daniel Azoulay)...

This type of ketubah is truly a work of art that sets itself aside from the rest. The intricacy of this delicate art form requires so much patience and diligence, it’s no wonder there are not more out there. Especially not like the craftsmanship of Danny Azoulay. The platinum ornamentation and three-layer cut paper gives Azoulay’s ketubot a gorgeous dynamic depth unseen of anywhere else. For that we give him Best Papercut Ketubah, his gifted craftsmanship is a true representation of a beautiful tradition. Originally posted 2012-08-15...

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