A lovely papercut ketubah featuring Jerusalem and the lions of Judah. In Jewish tradition, the lion is the symbol of the tribe of Judah, the progenitor of King David. Lions are also the symbol of Jerusalem, from when it was the capital city of the Kingdom of Judah. Along the sides are the Hebrew words, “Ani L’Dodi V’Dodi Li,” which mean, “I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”. This is a clean and modern design, yet steeped in symbolism and tradition, making it truly timeless.
You will be provided with a wide variety of text options to choose from, or you can provide your own text as an editable file (txt or doc).
The default color for this design is as shown in the photograph, but you can choose any combination of colors. Keep in mind that each computer screen displays colors a bit differently so colors may not be exactly as shown.
Each ketubah is made with 100% acid free museum quality paper. The text is created with long lasting fade resistant archival pigment inks and will last a lifetime.
Your ketubah will arrive in display ready packaging. All you need to do is open it, peel off the tape, and prop it on an easel. Your ketubah will be pre-mounted on the board.