Leila By Anat Sun and Moon Personalized Ketubah
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Printed on the highest quality paper which contains no artificial brighteners and is age-resistance thanks to natural minerals
Size: 70cm x 50cm / 27.56" x 19.69"
Recommended to order at least 5 weeks before the wedding
Handwork metallic gold can be added to the design at an additional cost
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! You're sure to be searching for the perfect Ketubah – a Jewish wedding certificate - that will make your day that extra bit special and provide you with a memento that you can cherish and look back on for years to come. Look no further than this luxurious personalized Ketubah from Israeli artist, Anat Michaelis!
This delicately crafted Ketubah, made with love and care, begins with pencil drawing which is then scanned and digitally colored, before being printed on the highest quality Canson fine art paper.
The design of this spectacular Ketubah is inspired by the sun and moon and depicts a fantasy setting of majestic birds, water and flowers in subtle shades of yellow, purple and pink. The text of the Ketubah appears in the centre, encircled in a beautiful floral border, and the words 'Matzati Et She'Ahava Nafshi' ("I have the one my soul loves"). This line is taken from King Solomon's Song of Songs and is a wonderful expression of love. Underneath the text, a couple can be seen dancing around a cup of wine, a symbol of the joy that the shared life of marriage brings with it.
Please note: Once your order has been received, an initial copy of your Ketubah will be emailed to you for your approval before the final product is shipped to you, so be sure to allow plenty of time before the wedding!
Leila By Anat is a line of exquisitely designed Ketubot by Israeli artist, Anat Michaelis. Inspired by a fusion of nature and fantasy, Anat creates unique and personal Ketubah designs that are full of color and spirit. Prior to starting her own line of Ketubahs, Anat worked as a freelance illustrator and her work has been displayed in galleries throughout Israel.