A Ketubah* is a once-in-a-lifetime affirmation of the commitment a husband and wife make to each other under the Chuppah.
To learn more about the significance of the Ketubah, click here to read my blog "The Jewish Marriage Contract In All Its Beauty".
(* Ketubot is the plural of Ketubah)
Walls of Jerusalem Ketubah
Walls of Jerusalem with gold banner. Black and dark blush lettering. Variety of letter styles and colors available.
Black and blue lettering. with Pasuk in black and blue and hamsot. Variety of letter styles and colors available.
Green and Gold Ketubah
With green border and gold trim. Black and green lettering. Variety of borders and colors and letter styles and colors available.
Gold banners. Black and gold lettering. Variety of letter styles and colors available.
Blue and Gold Ketubah
With blue border and gold trim. Black and green lettering. Variety of borders and colors and letter styles and colors available.
Shivat Ha'minim Ketubah
Shivat Ha'minim * and Jewish star border. Black and gold lettering. Variety of letter styles and colors available.
What is the Kallah Whisperer offering?
Ketubah product specifications:
Size: A-3 size (29.7 x 42.0 cm, 11.69 x 16.53 inches)
File: PDF file you can easily be printed in any print shop
Language: English language only
Final product sent: PDF file in English only via email
Click here to read the general text for all Ketubot.
How to order:
Choose a style you like
Provide the following customized details:
1. Jewish day of the week, Jewish Date on Jewish month and Jewish Year
2. Name of city, state and country
3. Groom's name, son of groom's father
4. Bride's name, daughter of bride's father
5. Amount of marriage gift (or traditional amount in silver)
6. Two lines (at bottom of Ketubah) are kept blank for witnesses to sign under the chuppah
If you want to write your own Ketubah, contact me today to discuss your dream Ketubah.
* The Shivat Haminim or Seven agricultural products listed in the Torah and grow in the Land of Israel.
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