I got a first hand look at these amazing ketubahs, watched the artist apply the gold leaf, and observed Sarah Lefkowitz capture the shine and beauty of each ketubah, and they truly are amazing. This collection features 5 ketubahs with unique, delicate, gold leaf detailing (so far!).
An illuminated Ketubah, gilded in the traditional way, adds an elegant touch to your wedding day – and to your home together for many years to come.
They really are gorgeous pieces of art. Whether it is framed on a wall, displayed at a chuppah ceremony, being photographed, and they will stay that way for generations. There is a history of gold leaf being used to elevate important objects and documents of art and design. I’ve seen Purim Megillahs and ancient Bibles use this same detailing and technique. Now, you can honor this artistic legacy – and the tradition of hiddur mitzvah (the embellishment of ritual items) with a Ketubah from this amazing collection.
Each ketubah is embellished by hand so no two are exactly alike.
Another cool aspect of this collection of ketubahs is that I know how often couples are looking for unique touches to hence their wedding, or make them different, now you can have ketubah that does that! Each ketubah is embellished by hand so no two are exactly alike. Any of these ketubahs will stand out on your big day (don’t worry brides, nothing can steal your thunder!) and throughout the life you and your partner build together.
Photo credit: SLG Photography