Wednesday, September 15, 2010
signed, sealed, delivered
if you've already got the ring and wedding plans are in swing, don't forget one of the most important things. the ketubah is one of a jewess's most precious possessions received at her wedding. it is the marital contract that outlines the husband's responsibilities towards his wife. a jewess's rights are so significant that the marriage is not considered complete until the ketubah has been signed by two kosher witnesses (there are specific guidelines as to who is considered a valid witness) and is given from the groom to the bride. because of the significance and sanctity of this document, it is often elevated in handwritten calligraphy and surrounded by beautiful artwork. make your ketubah unforgettable with the artwork of zeesi available online at www.zeesi.com. her magnificent work has touches of floral femininity combined with expressions of israel, where she resides. the artist is even available for commissions of original works of art for your ketubah. choose a piece that will beautify not only your wedding, but also your home and your marriage. thank you zeesi!
Posted by miss jewess at 8:50 AM