Cherry Blossom Ketubahs
Gorgeous versions of the Jewish marriage contract with a nod to DC’s favorite bloom
Jewish marriage contracts, or ketubahs, are usually signed before the wedding ceremony, but they are meant to hang in a couple’s home for years to follow—so it’s important to find one that truly fits your style. Since we have a feeling some of you may be incorporating cherry blossoms into your wedding décor, we scoured the Web for the loveliest cherry-blossom-themed ketubahs we could find. Even if you’re not Jewish, many of these can be translated into English and used as a memento of your wedding day:
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