Wedding Ketubah - Chuppa and Doves with Initials Logo
A gold-trimmed wedding Chuppa (canopy) covers and protects the home and the text of the ketuba. The Chuppa is held up by a flower covered trellis to show life and beauty. A pair of doves holds sheaves of wheat in a blessing for plenty. A seven-branched candelabra is shown lit to keep alive the flames of love for G-d and your new spouse. All together create a unique way to bless this new family in Israel.
On the chuppa surrounding a set of linked wedding bands is the popular wedding blessing: B'Siman Tov U B'Mazal Tov [With Good Signs and Good Luck]. In addition, a praise of thanks follows the drapes of the canopy that states:
'I point my heart to G-d, I will sing and rejoice to Him' [Nachon Libi Elokim, Ashira V'Azimra]
This Ketuba will be personalized with the Hebrew initials of the bride and groom forming the flames on the Menorah.
The Ketubah is a crucial part of any Jewish wedding ceremony