Touching Ketubah detail 1
Touching Ketubah detail 1
Touching Ketubah
Touching Ketubah
Touching Ketubah detail 2
Touching Ketubah detail 2
Touching Ketubah detail 1
Touching Ketubah detail 1At the intersection of two rounded shapes, the text is shown in Hebrew and English in off-white lettering against the black background. The symbolism is of two separate parts touching and therefore making a complete complex form.
Touching Ketubah
Touching KetubahSimple rounded shapes in a softened black and white barely touch with ketubah text in Hebrew and English. Inspired by minimalist paintings of the 1950s.
Touching Ketubah detail 2
Touching Ketubah detail 2Bride and groom sign on one side, Rabbi and witnesses on the other. For couples choosing to use this as a two statement design, each could sign underneath their own side with a witness.Signing on a dark background can be tricky, but using a contrasting bright color will highlight the signatures making each ketubah unique.
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