Traditions on Thursday.

Photo Credit: Elizabeth Messina

As we all know, planning a wedding is not the easiest task, and planning a Jewish wedding adds even more details to pay attention to. 

But to stay positive and maintain the excitement to celebrate the best day of your life, you can use online resources (like ourselves) to help put all of the pieces together and have the end result run smoothly. On our site alone you can complete the Jewish wedding checklist: breaking glass, kiddish cup, tallit, kippot, chuppah, ketubah...

Speaking of ketubot, today Gallery Judaica is featured on The Modern Jewish Wedding, also known as "Your Guide as You Head to the Chuppah", a website that brings together the fashion and fun of a once-in-a-lifetime event and the meaningful observances that put God on the guest list. The Modern Jewish Wedding is a great online resource for the modern bride and groom (and all who love weddings) to find ideas, resources, and inspiration to create an event that reflects their unique personalities and relationship.

The focus today is on the Ketubah

I need a Ketubah! Where do I start?

Step 1: Choosing the right text
Step 2: Choosing the design
Step 3: Personalization
Step 4: Signing

Check out Traditions on Thursday for the detailed explanation!

And to find the Ketubah that's right for you, go to our site to browse our wonderful collection. Here's a sneak peek:

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Welcome to Gallery Judaica's first post on our new blog! 

We are an extensive and simple online resource for a Jewish wedding, holiday, Bar-Mitzvah, Bat-Mitzvah, birthday -- or any joyous occasion.  Are you looking for a personalized ketubah to sign at your wedding? A mezuzah for your door?  A menorah for Hanukah? Shabbat candlesticks or a Passover Seder plate?  Or perhaps you don't know what any of these are.  Whether you are interested in something specific or are simply curious about contemporary judaica, we are happy to help.

We started out and continue to teach and sell at our "brick-and-mortar" art gallery in Los Angeles (1312 Westwood Blvd.), where we have been a resource for the local Jewish community for over 20 years.

Stay tuned to our all-about-judaica blog for new merchandise, artists, information, stories, real weddings, sales, and more! 

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