We are proud to recommend
Ketubah Studio of MP Artworks for your chuppah
(click here) ketubah or interfaith marriage contract. Adventure
Rabbi visitors receive a 10% discount:
Use This Ketubah Discount
features an exclusive collection of ketubah designs, created by
a select group of Judaic and fine artists who represent a more diverse
range of artistic styles than you'll find anywhere else.
You can search through their ketubah designs by artist, color, style,
theme, title or all. You are also include your own wedding vows
or a completely original ketubah text.
For Adventure Rabbi weddings, please select one of these following
egalitarian ketubah texts: Reform, Secular, Interfaith, Nonreligious,
Commitment, Secular Humanistic. Click
here to see sample Ketubah texts.
All of their ketubah texts are available with any of their Jewish
or secular designs (you can customize your ketuba texts based on
your wedding vows). Click
here to see Ketubah designs.
MP Artworks for your Ketubah because their work is beautiful, personalized,
reliable and affordable. Because we place so many orders with them,
they have kindly extended to us a discount rate.
To receive your 10% discount
when ordering, use this coupon code
DRKH3E10JZDBC8 in the box asking: "Where did
you hear about us?/Coupon Code."
To view the MP Artworks site for a wide range
of ketubot, Click
The huppah (or chuppah) is probably the most distinctive element
of the Jewish wedding. The huppah is made of a tallis or beautiful
cloth held aloft over the bride and groom by four poles. Holding
the poles is a special honor, given to family or friends that the
bride and groom wish to honor.
The chuppa creates a beautiful focal point for the wedding. The
huppah represents he Jewish home that the bride and groom will make
together. It is open on all sides, symbolizing that guests will
always be welcome in their home.
MP Artworks for your Chuppah because their work is beautiful, reliable
and affordable. They have many gorgeous designs to choose from and
will personalize your huppah with your names and wedding date if
you would like. You can also choose a ketubah and huppah pattern
Because we place so many orders with
them, they have kindly extended to us a discount rate. To receive
your discount, tell them Rabbi K. sent you and use this code:
here to look at their many chuppas>>
(Photo Credit for Chuppah Photo: Lynn Elkes-Selwin