Me and my hubby just celebrated our 16th anniversary last weekend.
If I had to do it all over again, he’d still be the guy for me.
Though, I might change one thing.
I love our ketubah but after I discovered these simply stunning ketubot designed by Jennifer Raichman, I kinda wanted one. Maybe for our 20th?
A trained graphic designer, Jennifer saw a void in the market for contemporary ketubot when she was planning her wedding. She decided to create her own and things took off quickly from there. Jennifer discovered that many Jewish couples were like her—they wanted to have a traditional Jewish wedding, but also wanted to bring a more stylish and updated design asthetic to their ceremony.
Jennifer makes three kinds of ketubot: Giclee, printed with a pigment ink; Bookcloth is made to order and features bookcloth paper with archival links; and Papercut which is a soft papercut layer that comes in several different background options. Jennifer’s Israeli husband, Tal, works on all the Hebrew translations.
Jennifer also designs beautiful heirloom lace chuppahs, flag celebration banners, wedding challah covers, smash pillows, kiddish cups and more. Check them all out on her site Jenniferraichman.com.