A Ketubah is a Jewish Marriage
In biblical times it stipulated the legal rights and
obligations of the Bride and Groom in a Hebrew marriage
In our modern society, there are Interfaith Ketubahs as
well as those for Reformed, Conservative, and Orthodox
couples. It is signed prior to the ceremony by the Bride and
Groom, two witnesses, and the officiate. It details the
corresponding day, month, and year of the Jewish calendar.
Along with the signed license, it is presented to the Bride
and Groom at the end of the marriage ceremony.
I offer a Free informal Ketubah.
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