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Ketubah Studio

...and My Beloved Is Mine Ketubah

...and My Beloved Is Mine Ketubah

Regular price $199.00 USD
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In “…and My Beloved is Mine" by Micah Parker, two interconnected rings are surrounded by delicate ornamentation in this classic ketubah that incorporates antique elements of European renaissance and Persian design. In the center of each ring is the popular wedding phrase from the Song of Songs, "I am my beloved?s, and my beloved is mine" one ring in English, the other the Hebrew "Ani l'dodi v'dodi li. The ketubah text is in a complimentary color with the placement of the English text in the upper right corner and the Hebrew in the lower left. The background of the ketubah has the look of deckle edge, tan parchment. This design is a beautiful representation of the double ring ceremony in which both partners exchange rings to symbolize their mutual respect of one another, the wholeness achieved through marriage, and their hope for an unbroken bond and lifetime commitment. The interconnection of the two rings tenderly signifies the union of two lives forever entwined, who both retain their own individuality but at the same time form a stronger, united soul.

Micah Parker

20” x 20”
16" x 16"

16" x 16" / Unpersonalized
16" x 16" / Personalized
20" x 20" / Unpersonalized
20" x 20" / Personalized

Personalized ketubahs will have all of the names, dates, location, etc. included in both Hebrew and English, formatted perfectly to compliment the design.
Unpersonalized ketubahs will include the text with blanks for names, dates, location, etc. to be filled in by hand in both Hebrew and English by your calligrapher.

Generally takes 3-4 weeks.

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How to Order

Step 1: Pick a Design

Choose your perfect ketubah design.

Step 2: Choose a Text

Every ketubah needs a text.

Step 3: Provide Your Info

Include your names, date, and location for your ceremony.

Step 4: Approve Your Proof

Every ketubah will include a digital proof before we print.