Jewish brides and grooms sign a ketubah, a special type of Jewish prenuptial agreement, before their ceremony. Historically, the ketubah protected the wife in the even that her husband died or divorced her. Today, the ketubah is more of a marriage certificate than a legal contract. More importantly to this non-Jew, they're gorgeous pieces of art that commemorate your wedding day and the promises you made to one another.
We could get our calligrapher to customize something for us that matches our invitation suite and stationery. I love this piece she did of the couple's vows.
|Sparrows Nest Script|
We could incorporate a photo of Chicago, like this Boston ketubah.
Or we could add a fun 3D accent like this.
|All Things Paper|