3 Dec 2009

Ketubah Connections – Join us on LinkedIn

Posted by Moshe Mikanovsky


Ketubah group in LinkedIn

I have just created a new group on LinkedIn, the Ketubah group. Here is the description of the group:

The Ketubah group is a networking community group, connecting Ketubah designers and artists, Ketubah sellers, Ketubah buyers, Wedding Planners, Rabbis and Officiants. In short – anyone who is interested in Ketubahs!

If you are a Ketubah designer – share your latest and greatest designs, add links to your sites, tell us what inspires you, and connect with other designers and buyers.

If you are a Ketubah seller – share news, discounts and promotions, connect with buyers and designers.

If you are a couple who is looking to buy a Ketubah for your wedding, or you want an anniversary Ketubah, connect with the members of the group to find out about their Ketubah designs, connect with sellers, show pictures of your Ketubah and wedding or give us new ideas for some great new Ketubahs. And after your special day – don’t disappear. Follow the Ketubah artists and become their devoted fans and collectors.

If you are a wedding planner – connect with designers and sellers and let us help you recommend the best fit for your clients.

If you are a Rabbi or an Officiant – connect and recommend to your engaged couples where they can buy beautiful Ketubahs.

Everyone is welcome to the Ketubah network.

Bruchim Habaim
ברוכים הבאים

I would like to invite all of you to join us at the LinkedIn Ketubah group. Together we can create lots of great things!



To join the LinkedIn Ketubah group, use the following link:  LinkedIn Ketubah Group

Feel free to forward and invite more people to join the group.

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7 Responses to “Ketubah Connections – Join us on LinkedIn”

  1. What a wonderful idea!
    FYI, many non-Jewish couples today are copying the Ketubah idea and are having original marriage contracts designed and written for themselves to be signed by their closest family and friends at the wedding, displayed during the wedding, read during the ceremony, and showcased in their homes. I have seen this at straight Christian weddings, Gay non-denominational weddings and interfaith weddings of all kinds.
    I would suggest you expand the idea to wedding sites like Style Me Pretty, Wedding Chicks and others.


    Naomi Raiselle

  2. Thank you Naomi, and thanks for joining the group

    I had a discussion about it few months ago with several ketubah designers on Twitter, asking what it should be called for non Jewish couples. The conclusion was, it should be called “Ketubah”. That’s the name for it, and the same way that other Hebrew/Yiddish words are now part of the daily spoken English, so can be “Ketubah” adopted and used by everyone.

    Thanks for the suggestions on the sites to expend it to. I will need all the help I can get from people on the group that are already connected….



    Moshe Mikanovsky

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  4. I agree, this is a great idea! I am a ketubah artist.

    I agree that ketubot for non-Jewish people should be called ketubot. I made one for a woman who had seen many at Jewish weddings. She had it made as a one-year anniversary gift for her husband. I used the text from the Apache wedding ceremony, which is quite moving. Here is a link: http://www.judithjosephstudio.com/alaska_wedding_vows.html

    I have also made them for gay couples.


    Judith Joseph

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