Ketubah

Ketubah

Ketubah

Ketubah

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The Ketubah is the marriage contract between the bride and the groom at the Jewish wedding. It outlines the grooms responsibility to the bride. At a traditional Jewish wedding, the ketubah is signed by two witness and read under the chuppah (marriage canopy). Take a look at these beautiful Ketubahs for sale.

Because of the fact that the ketubah, more than any other part of a ceremony, formalizes the marriage, many people like to make sure that it is visually stunning and special for the couple as a gesture of its important. Now, there is no shortage of colorful, intricate, and symbolic details and features to make the ketubah a work of art. In fact, a Jewish couple are not allowed to be alone together, even in their own home, if they do not know where it is, and so many couples will put it up on their wall to be unforgettable; all the more reason to choose something that will be visually striking.

A ketubah is traditionally written in Aramaic, not even Hebrew, but many new styles include the words in a English or other modern languages to make it more meaningful to the couple.

You can find out more about choosing the perfect Ketubah for you here.