I have been making ketubahs for many years, and I am still very excited by the prospect of working with couples on their most important celebration.
A ketubah for me is something happy and extremely serious: a legal document that is central to building a home. My passion is to transform this contract into something beautiful and meaningful-that which will be cherished by generations: a document that is also an artwork that connects the present with the past and then again to the future. I absolutely have the best job and am thrilled each time I get to collaborate with a couple.
Our studio is receptive to our couple’s needs. We know that everyone is different and each couple is special and we make every effort to take care of your requests and answer questions as quickly as possible. Chances are we may never meet you in person, (which is too bad for us). Therefore, we are very very careful that our communication is clear (Ask questions, if needed) and that your ketubah is exquisite!
- Danny Azoulay’s work has been presented in the White House and in multiple museums around the globe
- Danny is one of the most popular ketubah artists in the world and each year countless couples choose to partner with him on their wedding celebration
- Danny’s work was featured in The New York Times, Martha Stuart’s Wedding Magazine, The Knot as well as other leading outlets.
Danny Azoulay GALLERY
Past couples’ comments
The Ketubah is here! ❤️
It is beautiful! We are thrilled!! If we humans are capable of creating perfection, then your creation is a prime example. It is perfect. It exudes love and reflects your artistry, skill, attention to detail and commitment to ensuring the continuation of this cherished Jewish tradition.
It has been a pleasure working with you on the creation of this Ketubah for our son and his fiancée. Thank you. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
Thanks also for the precious gift of a house blessing that you made for Daniel and Melanie. How generous of you! I know that they will love it and will display it with humility and affection”
The ketubah arrived today and it is simply spectacular. It is even more beautiful than we expected from the image we saw online — it could not be more perfect! We can’t wait to sign it on our wedding day and display it during our wedding ceremony. Then we will hang it prominently in our home, where it will give us great joy and be admired by everyone who visits. The beautiful little house blessing you included as a gift was a wonderful added surprise, and we will proudly display that piece as well.
We truly appreciate the great care you took during the preparation process to make sure the ketubah was exactly the way we wanted it, and in packing it so carefully for delivery.
We will treasure both pieces always. Thank you very very much.”
Debbie Landis and Dean Anderson
I just wanted to follow up and let you know that we received the Ketubah today and could not be happier with the final product! It is absolutely beautiful and we are so excited to have this for our wedding day. We appreciate your support and assistance throughout the whole process and are truly impressed with the service and quality of your art work. Thank you so much for everything!”
The ketubah is absolutely spectacular. Even more wonderful than I had imagined. The text is so clear and precise – it was such a thrill to see our names together in the text. And the paper cut border is exquisite, the colours, the birds, the gold. It is so beautiful. It is such a meaningful and wonderful way to celebrate our union in Jewish law and remember our wedding day in particular.
Thank you for your hard work and artistry, and for bringing such beauty to our simchah, chuppah and home.”
Cassy and Victor
We just received our Ketubah… I don’t know what to say – it is so beautiful – even more so than in the photos on your website. We couldn’t be happier with it, and can see how much hard work you put into creating it. It really is so special. Thank you so much. I will send you some photos of it on the day.”
Erika and I pass by your Ketubah every day. It hangs on the wall in the vestibule of our bedroom. The beauty of your art reminds us of the beauty of our marriage, and we could not be more grateful for your contribution to our household and the way that it enhances our lives.“