Touching Ketubah detail 1
Touching Ketubah detail 2
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 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 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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