Real Weddings: Amy & Nathaniel Carota

It brings us pure joy to create a work of art that will play an integral role in a couple’s wedding and marriage, and every so often Team Ketubah comes across a couple that we truly bond with. We are beyond excited to share with you the fun details of their wedding and the story behind their happily-every-after — it touched our hearts deeply and we are positive it will do the same for you as well!

We love being able to work with couples who not only devote their time and effort into the text side of the Ketubah, but to the design and artistic side as well! Amy and Nathaniel were married in Pennsylvania, and Amy shared with us how she came across our website and gallery:

I found out about you guys because I wanted a nice ketubah that was more like a piece of art. I stumbled across your site which I immediately liked because of the options of artwork and also the site itself (it’s simplicity and ease of use).

Amy + Nate; October 21, 2012; John J. Audubon Center Amy + Nate; October 21, 2012; John J. Audubon Center

The Stained Glass Orchards Ketubah 

Amy and Nathaniel’s wedding looked absolutely perfect, and we can tell their Ketubah truly matches their style and personalities! Amy shared with us some kind words upon first seeing her finished Ketubah: “We love the ketubah and can’t wait to get it framed…”

Nothing makes us happier than when a couple is completely in love with our art! Mazel Tov Amy and Nathaniel, we wish you heaps of love, joy, and happiness!

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