OMG… Love it. The ketubah just arrived and I love it. Thank you soooo much for everything.
Among our favorite ketubahs (ketubot!!) are ours inspired by the great modern master himself… Mark Rothko.
We’re excited to announce a whole new line of our Rothko-inspired Ketubot, with its own gallery now and almost a dozen ketubot influenced by Rothko — in many different colors!
Confession: one of my weirder, Jewish interests: the Jews of Sweden. I’ve found their story fascinating for a long time. My favorite fact: the three major newspapers, it seems, were all founded by Jews and now largely run by Jews. Dagens Nyheter‘s editor-in-chief is Peter Wolodarski; Göteborgs-Posten‘s editor-in-chief is Jonathan Falck; and Svenska Dagbladet‘s editor-in-chief is Lena K. Samuelsson. With slightly curious spellings, they sound like half my class at college.
So, good news: we’re working on making a Swedish Ketubah!!! We think it would be wonderful to to support the Swedish couples, plus we want an excuse to dream about going to Sweden Plus all of the circles over the letters look so… exotic!
If anyone is interested in a Swedish Ketubah… just ask! Woo-hoo!
Greetings from Buenos Aires! Team Ketubah has an arts studio here and we’re constantly going back-and-forth between BA and New York.
And guess what the language of Buenos Aires is? ¡Español!
So, as a happy consequence of being here in Argentina… it’s easy to for us to make Ketubot (ketubahs?!) in Spanish — and we love doing so! The grammar comes naturally to us
Of course, there are a few levels of irony here. Not all of us are Argentine-Jews; some of us are American and Colombian Jews that spend a lot of time in Argentina. Another irony is, most Argentine Jews less tend to prefer more traditional Ketubot — although our modern style is starting to catch on like wildfire!
We were even founded to raise money for the Jewish orphanage of Buenos Aires, Ieladeinu!
We’ve created Ketubot (ketubahs!) in seemingly every language. Slight exaggeration… but not much. In French, in German, even three in Chinese!
And now…. in Spanish, too! We’re now working on two Ketubot in Spanish, one of which is trilingual! Yay!
So, if you’ve been dreaming about a Ketubah in Spanish…. just ask