Momoyama Ketubah by Stephanie Caplan
The delicate design of this Ketubah has a strong Asian influence. The word "momoyama" refers to a period of 16th century Japanese history from which the small round forms (actually stylized chrysanthemums) come from originally. Today they are pretty standard in Japanese design. The branches are a variant of eucalyptus.
Please fill out the Ketubah form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org ('save as' to your desktop with your name as the file name) as soon as possible after ordering your Ketubah. You may also email at the above address or call us at 215-923-0262 if you have questions or need help with the ordering process.
Personalization means that the artist will fill in your Ketubah with information provided on your Ketubah form. An "unpersonalized" Ketubah means you will receive a Ketubah with blank spots where your information would be found. Please allow 4 - 6 weeks for completion.
Looking for more information? Read our most frequently asked Ketubah questions.