Life in Technicolor (This Is Not a Ketubah)...

Every Ketubah means something special. It is, after all, a symbol that represents the love and commitment a couple exhibits for one another. Few ketubot, however, push the boundary of creativity and originality like the Life In Technicolor Ketubah. This Is Not A Ketubah have not only harnessed the essential symbolism of a couple’s union, but have also managed to incorporate a completely fresh and different style of ketubot. Life In Technicolor receives the Most Original Ketubah award for giving us a new way to look at a time-honored tradition. Originally posted 2012-08-13...

Ahuvim Copper Ketubah (Gad Almaliah)...

It’s not often that ketubot are created from something as eye catching as copper. The Ahuvim Copper Ketubah from Gad Almaliah is so unique and different that we had to create an awards category just for his beautiful ketubah and outstanding craftsmanship. The hand-cut embossed copper and printed text perfectly exhibits the beauty and emotion of a traditional ketubah. Gad Almaliah wins Best Hand-Cut Copper Ketubah for his exquisite technique and skill. 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...

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...

Harvest Ketubah (Laya Crust)...

With all the planning and money that goes into having a wedding, we understand it can be hard to choose a ketubah that has both a long lasting quality style and a reasonable price. Our next award will be a favorite among those who desire a classic style and budget friendly ketubah. The Harvest Ketubah from Laya Crust has high quality without the steep price that goes along with it. For that, The Harvest Ketubah unquestionably wins Best Ketubah Under $50. Originally posted 2012-08-14...

In the Stars (New Ketubah)...

It is rare to find an artist that can successfully create art work that integrates all the important elements of the ketubot tradition with beautiful design and style. Tsilli Pines of New Ketubah not only does that, but takes it a step further by combining different mediums of artistic expression, and does so seamlessly. Her In The Stars ketubah incorporates polaroids, cotton thread and graphic prints to create the Best Mixed Media Ketubah. Originally posted 2012-10-18...

The Loving Embrace Ketubah (This Is Not a Ketubah)...

Our favorite category is one that combines the powerful message of a ketubah through modern art with a completely unique and fresh style. When choosing the winner of this award we also look for a reliable quality that isn’t found anywhere else. The Loving Embrace from This Is Not a Ketubah goes above and beyond your typical ketubah. It captures Picasso’s art style with vibrant colors and conveys a compelling message of a couple’s love for one another. This Is Not a Ketubah’s modern art piece is definitely the Best Ketubah Of The Year and deserving of a huge applause! Originally posted 2012-10-18...

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