This design, based on a paper cutting, features a bride and groom holding hands, heads bowed toward each other, surrounded by symbols of their future life together. The text, in the shape of their first home, has a bird feeding its newborn babies on the roof, while their village and family tree are to the right. The vibrant colors throughout symbolize the joyous nature of the wedding day.
Ketubah Artist Bio
Lee Loebman has been producing Judaic artwork since the mid-1980s when, as a design student, he was asked to create a Ketubah for his brother’s wedding. Since then he has created more than 100 Ketubot for clients in the United States, Britain and Israel. Lee’s vibrant and colorful style weaves the thread of Jewish imagery into modern design to create personal, intricately detailed works.