Modern TAke on an Old Tradition
Tallulah Ketubahs offers beautiful contemporary ketubahs, wedding certificates, blessings, and quotes for couples of all backgrounds to enjoy for years to come. Our designs are contemporary and clean, full of rich vibrant color, created to be a central art piece in your home. By working closely with our clients, we are able to help our couples, be they Jewish, Secular, Interfaith, or Same-sex, create meaningful custom works of art. Tallulah Ketubahs proudly offers hand-painted original artwork and custom calligraphy in a range of styles for weddings, anniversaries, other important life-cycle events, and special events.
HamsaMade by Danielle Brief
HamsaMade is a sustainable Judaica brand that uses recycled materials and the customers’ own broken keepsakes in each and every hamsa-shaped mosaic. Founded in April 2019, HamsaMade incorporates family heirlooms into custom mosaic art that blends past, present, and future. Planning a wedding? consider HamsaMade for a modern take on breaking the glass!
Danielle is a Philadelphia based mosaic artist. She fuses her passion for product design with her knowledge of the fashion industry. Danielle’s success is based on the joy each custom mosaic brings to her customers, the memories they preserve and the dialogue they start about how we choose to commemorate life’s milestones.
Advah Designs Tallitot
Advah Designs was started by Sarah Resnick. Her business started when she wove her first tallit for her brother Caleb's bar mitzvah 7 years ago. From the beginning Advah Designs has been dedicated to creating beautiful Jewish ritual textiles, made ethically and sustainably.
The focus of the textile design is that it celebrates ritual and connection. Sarah believes that taking the time to make moments in life just a little more beautiful has an uplifting and rippling effect in our lives and on our communities.
These Jewish ritual items are great for so many occasions: daily prayer, b’nai mtizvahs, weddings, conversion, babynamings, and more!
Anna Abramzon Ketubah
Ketubah artist Anna Abramzon’s story: I was fresh out of art school when I moved to beautiful, mysterious Jerusalem, Israel in search of adventure and inspiration --- and quickly met someone who would inspire me for the rest of my life: Patricio. We got engaged 6 days after I arrived! When we started planning our Big Fat Jewish Wedding, I was a bit overwhelmed. The more we dove into the customs and rituals, the more there was to learn.
It was our first lesson in building our modern Jewish family: a Jewish wedding was something that we would have to shape, mold and make our own. I count my blessings every day that I am fortunate enough to work with couples and young families at such incredibly important moments in their lives. Patricio and I now live in Los Angeles with our two daughters, and I ship my art worldwide with free shipping for Rabbi Elyssa’s clients on my website Mazel tov!