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The ketubbah (or ketubah) is the traditional Jewish marriage document. Today a ketubbah is one of the prime objects of Jewish artistic expression, and it serves as a permanent and beautiful symbol of mutual commitment and partnership.

Each has the place and date of the wedding and the names of the bride, groom, and witnesses. Ketubbot can be written with different texts: Orthodox (Traditional Aramaic), Conservative with Lieberman clause, Reform (Egalitarian), Interfaith, Commitment Vows, Humanist (Secular), Non-denominational (All Faith), and Anniversary (Renewal). A variety of texts is offered for each ketubbah design and is displayed on each ketubbah page. Audrey's staff can assist you in choosing your text, once you have selected a ketubbah. Note: It is very important that you check with your officiating rabbi or cantor before selecting a text.

For further information on ketubbot, visit our ketubbot informational page. To browse our collection of ketubbot, click below to browse by artist.

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