Danny Azoulay is a Jerusalem artist with a passion for creating high-design papercut ketubahs that both honor the past and carry meaning and tradition into the future. He calls the ketubah “a couple’s first family heirloom" and is mindful of this responsibility as he creates beautiful, architectural pieces to grace the home for years to come. Long revered in Jewish mystical tradition for symbolizing holiness, sweetness, and prosperity, the orchard is a meaningful symbol of the blessings bestowed upon a new couple on the day of their marriage. Above the ketubah text, an orchard blooms, lush with leaves and animals, against a background of a distant Jerusalem. The text is surrounded by a thick border of filigree tiles, flowering vines, and delicate cutwork that speak of the Morocco of the artist’s childhood. Under these columns and borders, a delicate three-petaled blossom adds a finishing touch to this beautiful piece.
If you need help in your ketubah shopping process, or with anything else related to your wedding, please don’t hesitate to call the store at 800-238-8743. If you prefer digital assistance, we’ve set up a page to help you through the process.
- Ketubah measures approximately 20.5’’ x 15.25’’
- To avoid potential rush fees, we recommend ordering this ketubah at least 8 weeks before the wedding.
- At checkout, please include the names of both partners and the date of the wedding in the comments field.
- The texts available with this ketubah are listed in the drop-down menu below. To read through the texts, click here.