Cherish a lifetime of love with a fine-art, custom ketubah.
Your life and marriage are made up of subtle nuances and intimate moments.
I work closely with you to create a unique work of art that serves as a timeless reminder of your special day.
Each design is enhanced with meaningful elements of your life incorporated into an intricate papercut ketubah.
Step 1: ConsultationWe have a conversation where I learn your story, get a sense of your style, and brainstorm ways to incorporate meaningful details into your custom design. A 50% deposit is remitted to begin the designing process.
Step 2: Initial DesignI provide hand-made design drawings based on our initial consultation.
Step 3: Finalizing DesignI invite your open and honest feedback to help me perfect the drawing until you absolutely love the design. Together with your officiant, we choose a text that is right for you or we write your own.
Step 4: CreationOnce you approve the final version of the ketubah drawing, I hand-cut your design using high-quality, enduring materials. The payment balance is due upon completion.
"Every aspect of our original Micol Design has meaning for us and it has a special place of honor front and center in our home."
“We knew even before we started our wedding plans that Micol would be the one to craft our custom ketubah. Micol worked with us every step of the way, incorporating everything we love, from design to color to content. Every aspect of our original Micol Design has meaning for us and it has a special place of honor front and center in our home.”
— Jay and Grace
Explore Our Work
A love of music and nature brought Jack and Molly together. A tree highlights his family name and the waves of water represent hers as they merge lives together.
Jay and Grace wanted to celebrate their families with names incorporated into this stained glass themed design. Each flower represents a special aspect of their lives.
From the mountains of Utah to Napa vineyards and the streets of New York City, Marissa and Zack wanted to highlight important places they have been together.
Lexi and Jeff got engaged in a botanical garden and married in her parents’ beautiful backyard. This hand-painted papercut captures the flowers and colors in those gardens.
An abstract guitar made the perfect shape for music lovers Akiva and Liat. Their love of Israel and Torah is reflected in the other details in the design.
Tami and Nadav have traveled the world together and wanted to highlight some of their favorite destinations in this architectural themed world map ketubah.
I can’t wait to design your timeless masterpiece together.
Custom ketubahs start at $3,500.