June Birthstone Jewellery: Pearl!

With the longest day and shortest night ahead, June shows us that anything is possible. Did you know that June does not solely have one but three birthstones? Pearl, Alexandrite and Moonstone. Anything is possible! You are surprised why we only focus on Pearls today? The answer is simple. We had a poll running and […]

Support Israel this Wedding Season: 18 Presents Jewish Newlyweds Will Love!

Seeing two people in love committing to each other for the rest of their lives under a Chuppah in front of their family and friends is a wonderful moment to witness for everyone. One of the most enjoyable moments for us leading up to a wedding is the search for the perfect present for the […]

It does not always have to be diamonds: 18 Emerald Engagement Rings to propose with to the love of your life this May!

Loved by people all around the world, the Emerald is traditionally known as the birthstone for the month of May. Being one of the most precious gemstones in the world, it has captured people’s hart throughout history. Associated with rebirth, renewal and fertility, early Romans, for example, have traditionally given emeralds as presents to young […]

18 Whimsical Ketubah Designs for the Boho Bride

Are you planning to have a boho wedding later this year? Then you need a Ketubah that captures your special day perfectly. We have put together a small list of whimsical, yet contemporary, designs we believe would be perfect for your wedding day. You will love the intricate details the artists below have incorporated into […]

Meet the Artist: Melanie Dankowicz

Photo: Courtesy of Melanie Dankowicz Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. Growing up in Maryland, I admired the work of local Judaica artists at the annual Jewish folk arts festival; much later I became one of those artists! I recently made Maryland my home again, after many years in Stockholm, Sweden, […]

42 Papercut Ketubah Designs Perfect For Your Wedding Day!

A Ketubah is a Jewish Wedding Contract signed moments before the bride and groom walk to the Chuppah. Codified in the first century of the Common Era, the Ketubah text has been written in Aramaic outlining the groom’s obligations to his bride and signed in front of two male witnesses. A lot has changed since […]

10 Female Artists and Designers on What They Love the Most about Passover

Nava Shoham – 1800 Ketubah “We love Passover! For us it’s a unique time, interlacing the past and present, family gathering with all my children, Haggadah reading, tasting unique foods and being thankful to our freedom.” Nava Shoham – 1800 Ketubah Interview – Online Shop – Instagram – Facebook Lesley Kogan – Clay is My […]

Mazel Tov!

There are many ways to wish someone, Mazel Tov. One of the most beautiful one is in writing. In our part of the world, it is very common to send a handwritten note to congratulate someone on a variety of occasions ranging from birthdays to engagements, weddings, anniversaries, births, a Bar or Bat Mitzvah and […]