Post # 1
Sometime in the last 8 months I’ve been on Wedding Bee (wow!) someone, somewhere posted about not only modernizing their Ketubah (Jewish Wedding Contract) language, but also putting into the design multiple lines on which their guests could sign, as a kind of combo Ketubah/guestbook. I’ve been searching and searching and seem unable to find this blog/board post anywhere!
Can you help me find this elusive post Bees? OR, can you point me towards an online source that would have all these elements (in English, as my Hebrew is preeeetty terrible)?
Post # 3
I’m actually designing a ketubah right now that has a guestbook print to go with the main ketubah. I’d be interested in finding out about the blog that you mention.
The guestbook print will have 100 signatures and a matching graphic from the main ketubah.
I’m also working on a design that the bride and groom decided to have all their guests sign the back of the ketubah print.
Here’s my Etsy shop:
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
@rabbit: Was it Cheeseburger’s post? http://www.weddingbee.com/2010/01/27/a-quaker-marriage-certificate-cheeseburger-style/ She didn’t have a ketubah, though, but she posted it around the same time as Trail Mix and I posted about our ketubot (and I specifically wrote about modernizing the text here: http://www.weddingbee.com/2010/02/01/choly-smokes-the-ketubah-is-chere/ ). If you were talking about a blog Bee, it was probably Cheeseburger’s. If you were talking about a board bee… I’m not sure. 🙁
Post # 5
@jenniferraichman– I hadn’t thought to seperate the guestbook portion that I want from the Ketubah. You’d think it’d be the first solution I had! *slaps forehead* You have many beautiful prints in your shop! But I am going to see if my equally talented painter sister is willing to help create one of these for me. I like the idea of how much more sentimental it would be for us. 🙂 Also, Spaniel hit it right on the head. http://www.weddingbee.com/2010/01/27/a-quaker-marriage-certificate-cheeseburger-style/ is exactly the post I was thinking of before. I just mixed up her Quaker Marriage Certificate with the surrounding Ketubah posts!
@Spaniel- That first link is exactly what I was looking for! Can’t believe I mixed the two up! Thank you so much for finding it for me! 😀 Now to see if my sister can make a combination Quaker Marriage Certificate, Ketubah, and guestbook!
Post # 6
As an artist and calligrapher specializing in ketubot and other wedding documents (plus matching invitations, chuppah canopies and more), I’m getting more and more requests for combination ketubah-Quaker wedding certificates, or combination ketubah-signing boards. It’s a great way to forgo the guest book altogether (which would probably gather dust on a shelf somewhere anyway), and incorporate your guests’ signatures into a piece of art that you’ll treasure forever!