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Tallulah Ketubahs was Featured on Philly in Love!

Tallulah Ketubahs was Featured on Philly in Love!
Philly in Love is a wonderful resource for Philadelphia's love birds! They highlight everything that Philadelphia has to offer a couple in love. With a focus on exciting local engagements, weddings, and date night ideas, they make exploring the romantic side of Philadelphia easy! Continue reading

Romantic & Rustic Wedding Shoot in Beautiful Chester County

Romantic & Rustic Wedding Shoot in Beautiful Chester County
I was thrilled to contribute hand-calligraphy for place cards, menus and an invitation suite to this romantic and rustic wedding editorial shoot a few weeks ago. The shoot, organized by Lindsey Morgan of Lindsey Morgan Event Design took place on a private estate in Phoenixville, PA and the gorgeous rolling hills of Chester County made for a stunning backdrop. Continue reading

News and New Products

January was a a busy month for Talullah Ketubahs!  I have started a relationship with The National Museum of American Jewish History here in Philadelphia and, as of last week, six of my ketubahs designs are available for purchase through their ketubah gallery. Continue reading

Fall Update

It has been quite a while since my last blog update. This last month has been a busy one! We bought a new home in Mt. Airy and have been working on fixing it up, moving and are currently unpacking. But we are loving our new home and this part of the neighborhood. It is a gorgeous time of year in Philadelphia! Continue reading

The ketubah that started it all

This weekend, my husband and I celebrated our fifth wedding anniversary. We celebrated with a wonderful evening out in New York- dinner at Basso 56 followed by an incredible performance of Cabaret at The Kit Kat Club with Alan Cummings and Michelle Williams. It was one of the best nights we've had, just the two of us, since our daughter was born last year! Continue reading

First Post

It's Official! Tallulah Ketubahs' brand new website is here! This has been a dream of mine for several years, and now I can proudly say that I am a small business owner. I began making ketubahs when my husband I were married in 2009. We wanted something contemporary and clean, that would be a central piece in our home, reminding us of the promises we made to each other on our wedding day. I continued to create custom ketubahs and wedding contracts for friends and family members, and then for their friends and family members, and through word of mouth the business has grown into a full-time practice.  Continue reading