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. This ketubah is alive with color and symbolism, featuring trees laden with fruit and edged with filigree tiles that hint to the artist’s rich Moroccan heritage. The tree motif represents both the tree of life and the canopy of the chuppah, bringing the couple together to journey through life, hand in hand. This lush, bright ketubah is completed by the crowning touch of gold leaf, and the phrase “ani l’dodi v’dodi li," “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine".
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Ketubah measures approximately 22’’ x 15’’
To avoid potential rush fees, we recommend ordering this ketubah at least 8 weeks before the wedding.
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