Stunning Henna Princess Papercut by Enya Keshet | Photo by Julia Pollak of Luria Visuals
As you may have noticed, we are huge fans of Ketubah.com – and so are our couples! There’s no question that this online ketubah emporium – featuring designs to suit all styles, budgets, and types of wedding. Whether your big day is Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, interfaith, secular, and/or same-sex, Ketubah.com‘s got you. They even offer a 10% discount to members of our Brides Club!
Moonstone Hora Square by Hadass Gerson | Photo by Alex Jardine at Ikonica
Between their incredible range and impeccable customer service, it’s no wonder they are by far the #1 ketubah source among STG readers. And today we’re so excited to be teaming up with our friends at Ketubah.com to fill you in on the top trends they’re seeing in 2020, from sustainability to 3-D to crystals and beyond.
Renaissance Echoes by Jonathan Kremer
It’s no secret that sustainability is one of the keywords of 2020 – it’s been trending in bridal fashion, and it’s no surprise that concern for the environment is hitting the ketubah world hard. And Ketubah.com’s ahead of the curve: their ketubahs are made with clean electricity, and even their Toronto office is powered by Bullfrog power, which lowers their carbon footprint and brings renewable energy – and naturally they recycle, seeing as they work with a ton of paper!
Couples who are environmentally conscious may want to consider a washi paper ketubah. Japanese washi paper is not only beautiful, it’s also especially eco-friendly because it is biodegradable and tree-friendly alternative (the fibers are taken from the bark of living trees – most commonly mulberry – no chopping required). Ketubah.com has an awesome selection of designs on washi paper.
Adventure of a Lifetime II by Shel Rummel
Crystals are all the rage these days. There is a belief that crystals can affect energy in your life – and, therefore, your wedding day too. Who among us can’t use some positive vibes for the big day (not to mention in your home forever after)?
Blue and Gold Embroidery by Britt Yudell
Smashing The Glass Recommended Vendors Britt Yudell and Ruth Becker have taken the idea of 3D in two wildly different directions. Yudell embroiders thread through paper to give a new depth to her ketubah designs, while Becker carves her designs out of layers 18 papers deep. These are both painstaking tasks, so the team at Ketubah.com has worked with the artists to convert Yudell’s design into authentic prints that allow you to see every stitch at a lower price point.
Attachment 18 Layer Papercut Luxe by Ruth Becker | Ketubah of Amanda and Adam Halpern, photographed by Purple Tree Photography
Bereishit Papercut by Enya Keshet
According to Harper’s Bazaar, bold use of color will be key in 2020. Go bold in your favorite hue, whether it’s orange, pink or a bright green – or all of the above, as in these two stunning ketubah options from Enya Keshet and Danny Azoulay, respectively. In the latter’s kaleidoscopic design, a bold pop of Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year, Classic Blue, frames a hypnotic circle pairing bold colors with pastels (another 2o2o trend).
Kaleidoscope Papercut by Danny Azoulay
Infinity of Love by Shell Rummel
Bright colors may be trending, but so are soft and dreamy hues. Expect to see a lot of neo mints, millennial pinks; mauves; mellow yellows; and light sky blues this year.
Supernova Confetti by Susanne McGinnis | Ketubah of Bec and Marc Kiven, photographed by Mat Cook of Where the Heart Is
So there you have it! Which trend is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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Ketubah.com offers a 10% discount to members of Smashing The Glass’s Brides Club