There are so many ketubah options available for brides now, from intricate paper cutouts and lovely watercolors to ketubahs made from couples’ own special photographs. Today you can also find ketubahs in a variety of materials, such as canvas prints to those incorporating metals and various fabrics. More couples are seeing the ketubah not just as a wedding document but as a beautiful piece of art to display in their homes after the wedding.
Here are some examples of ketubahs in different styles and materials:
This Modern Photo Ketubah Canvas is available from Etsy:
It measures 18 x 24 inches and can be signed during the ceremony with a permanent sharpie marker, then featured as part of the decor at the wedding.
Ketubah Studio by MP Artworks will also take a special photograph – i.e., a place you both love to visit, where you became engaged – and use it to create a Custom Photo Ketubah.
Here are a few examples:
Aliza Freedman is an artist who creates amazing papercut ketubahs and other items. Here are a few examples of her gorgeous ketubahs:
Gallery Judaica also offers several beautiful Papercut Ketubahs by Danny Azouley:
This pretty Watercolor Ketubah by Gad Admaliah is available on Ketubahs and More:
This beautiful Round Watercolor Ketubah is available from Ketubah Spirit. It depicts a ring of richly colored star signs around the classic text:
This ketubah featuring hand-cut embossed silver alloy surrounding the text is available from Ketubahs and More:
This Crimson Home Blessing Ketubah from Ketubah.com is printed on beautiful Japanese washi paper embedded with silk threads. The Hebrew letter “shin,” which signifies a name of G-d, is written in several Kanji, a centuries-old letterform that originated from China. Left to right they read “trust” or “faith,” “genuine,” and “heart.”
The intricate tile pattern of this Andalusia Ketubah giclee available on Judaism.com evokes the Iberian peninsula:
And this stunning Ketubah Giclee from Ketubah.com is a print of an original artwork collection of pigmented and preserved gingko leaves arranged around the ketubah text:
For more examples and ketubah inspiration, see our Pinterest board for Ketubahs.