The Ke­tubah de­signs over at Ashra De­signs are some­thing we’ve nev­er seen be­fore! It was sure re­fresh­ing when Noah and I found these unique styles, which have a re­al­ly unique com­bi­na­tion of dis­tinct styles. De­signed and ex­e­cut­ed by artist Gabrielle Mizrachi-Malli, who takes tra­di­tion­al de­signs and adds a beau­ti­ful spin to them!

The best way to imag­ine Mizrachi-Malli’s work is to think about your par­en­t’s Ke­tubah– beau­ti­ful tra­di­tion­al de­sign and col­or– which jumps off the page in a ma­jes­tic 3D way, which would nev­er fit in a tra­di­tion­al frame! The dept of the Ke­tubah is what gives it some­thing off the beat­en path, and a sense of char­ac­ter!

Noah and I are al­ways look­ing for beau­ti­ful de­signs, and this is some­thing we had nev­er thought up be­fore! The web­site is a lit­tle clunky, but was­n’t dif­fi­cult to use (just be ready for lots of very large pic­tures!). The text op­tions were var­ied, beau­ti­ful, and in­clu­sive for all sorts of cou­ples, which is one thing we loved about 3D Ke­tubahs! They al­so of­fer Eng­lish-on­ly texts, and a num­ber of dif­fer­ent font op­tions to choose from. Far from a Big Box Ke­tubah store, the at­ten­tion here looks per­son­al­ized and friend­ly. I think I’d love to meet Gabrielle as a a friend!

If you’re look­ing for some­thing beau­ti­ful 3D, and unique, we rec­om­mend head­ing over! One thing that was a lit­tle hard to find was how to buy it! We rec­om­mend giv­ing a call di­rect­ly to the stu­dio for prices and more in­for­ma­tion. You don’t want to spend the whole day try­ing to fig­ure out where the ‘Add to Cart’ but­ton is, when you can take the fast track by pick­ing up the phone or send­ing an email di­rect­ly!