While combing through our photo archives, I realized that our clients have purchased some very unique and beautiful designs for their wedding ketubah. If you are planning a Jewish wedding, you will likely need to start shopping for a ketubah that suits the style of your wedding, but also will coordinate with your home decor later when you display it.
Photo by Hay McKenna Photography. [original blog post to this lunch-time Jewish wedding]
Photo by Vicky Choy
Photo by Amy Raab
Laser Cut style Design
Photo by Zoeica Images [original blog post to this Jewish wedding]
This ketubah was designs by the father of the groom as a gift to the couple. Photo by Vicky Choy [original blog post to this Jewish wedding]
Venue Inspired. The ketubah below was used for a wedding held at River Farm, home of the American Horticultural Society in Alexandria, VA. The overall wedding design was inspired by botanicals, and this ketubah design reflect that.
Photo by Ken Luallen [original blog post to this interfaith wedding]
The ketubah design below is the most modern one I’ve seen yet. It reminds me of a Mondrian painting.
Photo by Jayson and Rachael Photography