Anniversary Ketubah Text

 

The text states how many years the couple has been together, renews old promises and adds new commitments for an improved future. Some couples prefer to use a wedding ketubah text, filling it out with their original dates, especially if they never obtained a ketubah for their wedding. It is possible to choose a wedding ketubah in Hebrew or Aramaic and an English Anniversary text. Or any combination that appeals to you.

More than any other ketubah text, this one begs to be adjusted to suit the couple. Every marriage is different and the words that are perfect for one couple, don't work at all for another. It should be regarded as a jumping off point rather than something set in stone. Small adjustments in language are included in the purchase, however, if you find that you are adding chunks of text, I may recommend a translator's assistance.

If you are planning a surprise gift for your spouse, I am happy to make special arrangements as needed.

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Also available as Same Sex Anniversary

This ketubah stands as witness to our history together of ______ years. 

With joy, we remember the day we married _________ (Hebrew date) which corresponds to _______ (secular date). On that day we, ______ and ______, stood as bride and groom beginning their married life together.

We have endeavored to live with integrity, honoring and respecting each other and faithfully upholding our wedding vows. Our efforts have deepened our love and our trust in each other as we each continue to be learn and grow. Our flaws and mistakes have taught us humility and to appreciate imperfection. Compassion, courtesy, and kindness have led us through life's difficulties and sweetened each celebration. 

[Our beloved child/ren, _______, bring us closer and strengthen our bond. As parents, we learned patience and saw the world through new eyes. As grandparents, we experience a sweet joy in seeing fleeting glimpses of our loved ones pass over the faces of our grandchildren as they begin the journey to becoming their distinct selves.]

Our home is our shelter from the storm. In it we celebrate and work, love and comfort, rest and play. We fill it with friends and family. Our celebrations of the Jewish holidays add richness and meaning to our family gatherings. 

We renew our commitment to each other to be loving friends and supportive companions, a more significant promise now that we know what sustaining a marriage means. We have shared our lives, traveling side by side as we explored our different paths, enjoying our individuality while relying on our partnership. Although we have had many adventures together, new adventures still await. We don’t know where life will take us next, but we can’t wait to see it hand in hand.

Wife_________________________________________
Husband_____________________________________
Witness______________________________________
Witness______________________________________
Rabbi________________________________________

Want to use this text with another artist?
from 25.00

Purchase the rights to any of the proprietary texts for a one-time use.

Whether you are a couple who found just the right words here and just the right art somewhere else or an artist who wants to make a ketubah for friends, you've come to the right place.

What you get:

  • Your chosen text in Hebrew & English
  • Plain or Rich Text Format so that you may format or copy it as you like.
  • Your text will arrive as an email attachment that you can open in any text reader/word processing application.

Purchase 'Add Names & Dates' to have your text completed with the right information and/or to customize the text in Hebrew & English.
 

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Custom Anniversary Ketubah: Gan Lilah or Night Garden Ketubah draws heavily from Chagall for inspiration. The bride and groom are accompanied on the wedding night by angels playing instruments, dancing fish, and lots of white roses. The shabbat candles in the bottom right indicate the couple's commitment to celebrating their marriage Jewishly. Three candles are included to reference a Chagall painting. The interfaith anniversary ketubah is in English.

Custom Anniversary Ketubah: Gan Lilah or Night Garden Ketubah draws heavily from Chagall for inspiration. The bride and groom are accompanied on the wedding night by angels playing instruments, dancing fish, and lots of white roses. The shabbat candles in the bottom right indicate the couple's commitment to celebrating their marriage Jewishly. Three candles are included to reference a Chagall painting. The interfaith anniversary ketubah is in English.