Jewish Wedding Ketubah in California
The Ketubah (Kesubah) is not only an important document but also a symbol of your marriage. Throughout the centuries, the Ketubah has been personalized by the couple and artfully decorated. Contemporary Ketubot may use a variety of styles and printing techniques as well as calligraphy, photo images, and papercuts.
We carry everything your chosson or kallah may want or need - Jewelry, Silver Gifts, Linen and Bedding, Antique Leather Sets, Chosson Shas, Tallis bags, Tallesim, Ataros, Benchers, Shtenders & much more… unbeatable prices on Chosson and Kallah packages! So come and make your shopping a pleasurable experience, at TheChassan'sPlace.com - The full Simcha source - right in your home!
(732) 200 - 0262
Ketubot, custom coordinated invitations / benchers and Judaica gifts. Exquisite collection of illuminated sacred Jewish blessings and Jewish jewelry inspired by colors and textures of Eretz Yisrael.
(323) 230 - 7050 (rings in Israel)
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We are the world's largest yarmulka store. We manufacture all kinds of kippahs right here in our factory where we stamp them for your event. Our yarmulkes and kippots bear the distinctive stamp of quality, and a half-century of experience and expertise. At A1 Skullcap, we also carry large selection of benchers, Weinreb Ketubahs, and Taleisim to complete your wedding needs.
1212 36th Street, Brooklyn
(718) 633 - 9333
(800) 4 - KIPPAS
7182 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles
9400 West Pico Blvd, Los Angeles
(310) 247 - 9613
This beautiful shop carries a wide variety of items for all life cycle and holiday needs. Many items are direct from Israel. Beit Judaica represents hundreds of artists and is the exclusive retailer for several Judaica artists. Our selection ranges from the most traditional to very modern and everything in between. Let us assist you in choosing that perfect gift. Be it a tallit or ketubah for your wedding or invitations for all occasions.
30315 Canwood Street #11 , Agoura Hills
(818) 879 - 0437
450 N. Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles
(323) 655 - 9282
Rachel Deitsch's Ketubahs as well as her artworks carry a distinctly Jewish flavor, vibrant tones, with a subtle contemporary feel. Printed on archival watercolor paper.
(323) 533 - 2532
16733 Ventura Blvd, Encino
(818) 705 - 7700
8815 W Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles