Graph­ic De­sign­er and artist Tsil­li Pines is the skill and craft be­hind all the beau­ti­ful art­work sold on New Ke­tubah. Tsil­li is an Is­raeli-Amer­i­can who lives and works in Port­land, Ore­gon. She start­ed cre­at­ing ke­tubot af­ter she made her very first one for her own wed­ding! Her web­site is set up very classy and sleek, and is a clear tes­ta­ment to her skill in Graph­ic De­sign. Not too much, not too lit­tle — and com­plete­ly beau­ti­ful and mod­ern in design.

Noah and I ab­solute­ly fell in love with the ke­tubot cre­at­ed by Tsil­li. Her art­pieces com­bine dif­fer­ent artis­tic forms and they are all ban­ner sized in length, cre­at­ing an el­e­gant piece for any home. Some of the ke­tubot are more clas­sic in im­agery, while oth­ers have po­laroids and cot­ton thread stitch­ing. She in­te­grates a per­fect blend of ke­tubah tra­di­tion, po­laroids, and stitch­ing to cre­ate a more dy­nam­ic look with a con­tem­po­rary twist.

I re­al­ly en­joyed find­ing her step by step process of how to go about de­sign­ing and or­der­ing a ke­tubah. Most web­sites for­get to in­clude this very vi­tal in­for­ma­tion. Af­ter all, for many cou­ples this is the very first time they are do­ing some­thing like this! Sim­i­lar to most oth­er ke­tubah artis­tis she in­cludes dif­fer­ent text op­tions or the op­tion of cre­at­ing your own. Sad­ly, her ke­tubot op­tions were pret­ty lim­it­ed and there weren’t a ton of al­ter­na­tive col­ors. She does of­fer per­son­al­iza­tion at af­ford­able prices as well. Tsil­li’s ke­tubot are per­fect for the cou­ples who want a lit­tle bit of every­thing — clas­sic tra­di­tion, old school pic­ture prints and a home-made touch!