I have been happily involved in making ketubahs for couples worldwide. I feel blessed to be able to do this. As an artist, I was fortunate to present my artwork at the White House and in museums around the world. Working with couples gives me the opportunity to share the excitement of weddings and the energy of new beginnings.
I try to blend traditional and Jewish motifs with a contemporary vibe: to bridge the past with the present, while looking to the future. I strive to produce beautiful artwork that is both meaningful and relevant to the couple: their faith and values, their love and aspirations.
The ketubahs that I make are wide in range of style. They are made to be signed on the wedding day and to be treasured by the generations to come.
They are all limited editions: signed and numbered and made from the finest acid-free paper.
“I feel very lucky to be part of so many couples’ celebrations.”
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Past couples’ comments
We knew we wanted a bespoke ketubah and on our last trip to Israel while staying in Jerusalem we came across Danny Azoulay’s shop, we chose the design in store together, called Blossom. I’m so glad we went for an artist’s design and it is now framed in our hallway.”
Our ketubah was a beautiful design by Danny Azoulay of Jerusalem Vineyards, which was particularly meaningful as we met on Birthright in Jerusalem. It was a paper cut gold leaf chuppah and a very special artwork which we look forward to hanging in our home together.”
Our ketubah was very special. We were trying to decide on a style of square vs round and we found a papercut one from Danny Azoulay that really spoke to us. The design was called Dancing Waves and I loved the description:
“The lines of each layer converge and intersect forming a pattern united by the harmony inherent in their sequential movement. It is a true visual metaphor for the coming together of the bride and groom: each enter the union with their own qualities and together they will form a bond which enhances one another beyond the individual.”
The significance of a Ketubah means a lot to us. Not only is it a tradition passed down through generations, but it’s a physical and creative manifestation of our marriage.
It was something we knew we would like to hang up in our future home with pride, so we contacted Danny Azoulay from Israel to create our ketubah. We love the combination of modern and traditional techniques he uses to make such a beautiful work of art.“
Our ketubah was a beautiful piece of art made by the amazing Danny Azoulay.
Although there were so many amazing ketubot to choose from in his collection, we eventually agreed to one with laser-etched trees and vibrant colors as a fitting memory of our wedding and theme.”
We ordered a papercut ‘Antique Lace’ ketubah from Danny Azoulay in Jerusalem. It looked lovely online, but was even more beautiful in reality.”