Having had a Jewish wedding myself, I can confidently say there are many traditions to keep in mind. One in particular (& a big one, might I add) is having a Ketubah.
What is a Ketubah? A Ketubah is a Jewish marriage contract integral to a traditional Jewish wedding.
I had no idea what to expect when getting married in Israel and thus, got the Ketubah from the Tzohar that I liked but didn’t love. You can read all about my experience having a wedding in Israel here.
My husband and I decided last minute that we wanted something beautiful, like, work-of-art beautiful, to hang in our bedroom. A quick search on google led me to The Delicate Brush. I was in absolute awe, scrolling through the beautiful Ketubah designs.
After some time browsing, my husband and I finally decided on a Ketubah for our wedding. We went with the “Starburst” design that you can see here.
Rachelle, the creator of The Delicate Brush, is incredibly talented, kind, and so easy to work with. I asked if she would come on the blog to share about the process of creating a Ketubah and how you can get one too.
Without further ado, please meet Rachelle.
How did you get started in Ketubahs?
What is your creative process like?
What advice do you have for couples choosing a ketubah?
How soon in advance should you order a Ketubah?
Where can people find you and the best way for them to order their Ketubah?