The ketubah, a Jewish marriage contract, holds a deep significance as a symbol of love and commitment. Passed down through generations, it outlines the husband's obligations to his wife and is signed before the wedding ceremony. Reading the ketubah aloud to the couple and guests is a beautiful way to honor the importance of marriage and celebrate the bond between two people. The Ketubah is a legal document that outlines the couple's commitment to each other and their responsibilities to one another. It is a meaningful and symbolic tradition that has been passed down for generations. Ketubah prints make a wonderful addition to any home and serve as a constant reminder of the love and commitment shared between two people.
Having a Ketubah is a beautiful way to commemorate a wedding or special occasion. They are illustrated with intricate designs and calligraphy, and are signed by the couple and witnesses.
Every printed Ketubah I make is unique and even though they are printed, there are no two Ketubahs alike. The reason is because I add acrylics and brush marks, gold colors and glitter on top of the print, so it no longer looks like a print, but a true piece of art. Every Ketubah is hand signed by me, the artist, and numbered.
The printed Ketubahs are carefully wrapped and shipped out via UPS for free. Also, I will add a black non-smear pen, a piece of paper to practice the ink flow before writing on the original, and framing instructions.
I also offer local customers in SF and the Bay Area a free poster frame for their convenient.
Call now 415-860-2090 if you need any more information.