Traditionally speaking, the Ketubah is a Jewish marriage certificate that serves to outline the rights and responsibilities of the groom in relation to the bride.
It is a time-honored practice and an essential part of a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony.
Though historically the Ketubah primarily served as as a binding legal document, today it is created as an artistic expression that serves as a lasting and beautiful reminder of mutual commitment.
The modern Ketubah, is more a collaborative process. Couples are more involved in the aesthetic design and selection of the texts, so that it speaks to them on a more personal level.
The text contained in the document may vary to include traditional Aramaic or Hebrew text and Traditional or Poetic English text or a combination of these.
The Ketubah is a truly beautiful traditional sentiment that has evolved to reflect the unique elements of two people entering into a lifelong partnership.