This ketubah is perfect for a Philadelphia wedding -- or for a couple who met in Philadelphia, or who love Philly almost as much as they love each other. Here Anna Abramzon painted a couple in love, their bodies blending into one-- a symbol of their relationship, their connection, their love and passion for each other and the journey on which they are setting forth together. The circle with the text can be seen as both the moon and the circle of life, shining above the majestic Philadelphia skyline.
Painted as an expression of love, Philadelphia Skyline Ketubah is as romantic as it is beautiful. A ketubah is a unique way to tell a love story by "marrying" visual art and text. Originating in the Jewish faith, ketubahs (also spelled katuba, katubah, ketuba and plural ketubot) was a marital contract. Now a days, couples of all faiths celebrate their love with beautiful ketubahs for their homes.
We highly recommend adding gold or silver leaf to this ketubah! You can do that by purchasing this item along with your ketubah (and just put in the order notes whether you would prefer gold or silver):
Please note that the small size of this ketubah is recommended with one language, in order to make the text fit.
Your Love Story is Unique In this crazy, messy, chaotic world, you found each other....
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched,...
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue… Did you know, that in Judaism blue...
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