Contrary to popular belief, in the Jewish religion, a bride and groom are married under the law once they sign their ketubah, not when they kiss under the chuppah.
With that being said, the ketubah, known as the Jewish marriage contract, is a pretty sacred and important part of the big day.
Many couples choose to hang their ketubah in their home as many of them are works of art. While I love the idea of hanging up my ketubah one day, none of the artwork on the contract ever appealed to me until I found these beauties.
These laser cut ketubahs are works of art, completely kosher and would make a gorgeous wall hanging in your newlywed home.