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Thank you Melissa Robotti Photography for posting such wonderful images.
New Papercut Ketubah design translating the ancient symbolism of the pomum into modern art. POMEGRANATE KETUBAH Papercut.
Jewish tradition mentions the pomegranate as a symbol of righteousness because it is said to have 613 seeds, which corresponds with the 613 mitzvot, or commandments, of the Torah. It is customary to eat pomegranates on Rosh Hashanah. The pomegranate also represents fruitfulness, knowledge, learning, and wisdom.
Our Watercolor Guestbook Painting has been featured in THE KNOT NEW JERSEY MAGAZINE as part of Frank and Megan's amazing wedding.
Accompanying the bride and groom, our artwork visited a place I adore, with trains and stations and railroads... parts of our lives...
We created a "Tree of Life", original watercolor guestbook painting with light pinks, light grayish greens and ivory with deep plum accents. A delightful color palette that flowed through the entire venue, The Georgia State Railroad Museum.
Guest Book Watercolor Paintings: Once Upon a Paper
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The perfect day of Genevieve and Brian was featured in "The Knot". Our guest book was part of this beautiful and sparkly wedding. Thank you for choosing to work with us, and also thank you Hilary Grace Photography for such wonderful images.
We are happy to see how our Once Upon a Paper Ketubah played it's role in Freya & Tim's "outdoor fun 'n' games" wedding. Thank you Smashing The Glass for posting such wonderful images.
The wedding team: