H E L L O ! My name is Naomi Shiek (pronounced CHIC).
I create papercut ketubot for private clients in the Nouveau Judaica style.

What is a ketubah, you ask? A KETUBAH is a decorative marriage covenant used and exhibited in Jewish, non-denominational and non-traditional weddings and commitment ceremonies wherein the couple's vows to each other are declared.
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Feel free to email me with any questions, I'm here to help! woodlandpapercuts@gmail.com

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Love, Actually

Alright, I have a confession to make. I am a big softy. It's true. I never thought of myself as someone who appreciates romance, but my tear stained cheeks have spoken - I tear up at weddings. I tear up looking at other people's wedding photos & videos. I find that day to be incredibly personal and hopeful, and I just... I'm tearing up a bit here.

Last week was a great week, because I got to see client's wedding photos of not one, but two couples I had worked for - and they looked AMAZING! I'm using caps and bolding my words, that's how much I'm excited about this!

There's the wedding of Trish & Morgan, who commissioned me to make their invitation, rsvps, and thank you cards:

And the wedding of Jessie & Jon, who commissioned a Tree of Life papercut ketubah with custom color background:  

How can you not tear up, right? More photos in the link below. Honestly people, share the love and send your photos my way, I want to be in a Jane Austen, Christmas movie state of mind here!

Image Sources:
Trish & Morgan's wedding | Marika Photography
Jessie & Jon's wedding | seen on Style Me Pretty's Little Black Book | Craig Photography



  1. absolutely beautiful! both your works and these weddings! Happy Hanukkah!

  2. Such gorgeousness!! Your work is refined and those photos are so beautiful.

    Happy holidays!!
    Galit x

    P.S. Thanks for your sweet words regarding my shop! It's a little step but I'm just so excited!


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