The Ketubah is an important part of the Jewish wedding ceremony that documents a couple’s love and commitment to each other. It provides the details of the wedding such as the date, the name of the bride and groom, and witnesses.
The Ketubah is read during the marriage ceremony, signed by witnesses and publicly displayed. The tradition of the artwork decorating it evolved in many Jewish communities in different parts of the world and Ketubah are works of art of their own right. They have been happily and proudly in the homes of many married couples regardless of their social status or geographical location. This is a document you will have for the rest of your life.
Such a precious document and symbol of your love deserves the best treatment possible. Our designers and framers at The Great Frame Up would be proud to help you develop a design that shows your Ketubah in the best setting possible while making sure it is preserved and looking beautiful for many years to come.