As one of the most prolific ketubah artists today, Mickie Caspi has designed Jewish wedding ketubot in a diverse range of styles. Caspi's Blue Scroll ketubah is bordered with vines, one of the artist's most prevalent Jewish wedding themes. The Star of David at the top is surrounded by two quotes from Song of Songs: "I have found the one in whom my soul delights," and "I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine." It is a Jewish wedding tradition to quote Song of Songs, as the romantic language has long lent itself to the traditional wedding vow.
The Persian Silk ketuba is a timeless piece of Jewish ceremonial art. The ketubah paper has beautiful parchment-like coloration, which serves to honor the past at your Jewish wedding ceremony. Recalling the design of Persian and Moorish architecture, Blue Tile (click the blue katubah above) features a border with surprisingly bold and intricate geometry. Garden of Eden's lush stained glass-style border emphasizes the unique spaces for the Hebrew/Aramaic language and the modern English 1. Many of Mickie Caspi's wedding ketubot are available for an interfaith wedding.