Amy Fagin creates ketubahs full of movement, color, and imagery. Her use of pattern and classical illumination techniques make her designs beautiful, while her mastery of line, negative space, and dynamic shape make her creations unique and entrancing. The Something Borrowed Ketubah brings a charming vintage feel to a classical chuppah design, finished with geometric and floral motifs, as well as Stars of David and rich trims. The centerpiece hints at a chuppah or synagogue ark, and is flanked by two classical columns. Watercolor floral motifs glow like stained glass, adding a luminous and spiritual quality to the piece.
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Ketubah measures approximately 20" x 26"
To avoid potential rush fees, we recommend ordering this ketubah at least 4 weeks before the wedding.
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