A ketubah is part of any traditional Jewish wedding ceremony. It is an official document in which the future husband declares his vows and responsibilities for his new wife. The ketubah is signed in the presence of a rabbi and witnesses on the wedding day.
The ketubah is usually decorated with traditional Jewish symbols and love and union symbols, making a paper made ketubah a lovely piece to frame and hang at home.
Here, you will find lovely ketubot, with colorful illustrations and agreement in both Hebrew and English printed side by side. You can gift any of the ketubot as a wedding day gift to friends and family.