The Orchid of Madagascar 1 Ketubah
The Orchid flower symbolizes beauty, strength, richness. Exotic and graceful, represents love. In ancient Greece Orchid were associated with fertility, and during the Victorian era, Orchid symbolized richness and luxury.
The Orchid of Madagascar is mostly unique.. It all began back in 1862, in the south of England, Charles Darwin first examined an unusual flower, an Orchid of Madagascar that seemed to defy the laws of nature. This flower hid its nectar in the bottom of an elongated nectary – up to a foot long – extending from the back of the flower. It seem in-conceivable that any insect could ever reach it.
The star-like Orchid flower was first discovered by the French botanist Louis-Marie Aubert du Petit-Thouars in 1798 in the coast of Madagascar island (Indian Ocean off the southeastern coast of Africa)
Charles Darwin predicted that somewhere in Madagascar must be a gigantic moth feeds from this flower. Darwin peers ridicule his prediction.
150 years later the unusual moth still exist and was discovered drinking from the Orchid nectary.
A heavenly match of nature.
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The Sunrise Ketubah
The brilliant pink and orange of a new dawn spills across the landscape, the surface of the water shimmering–now dark, now amber–as the light of the rising sun pours over it. This ketubah is filled with the fiery boldness and unfailing optimism of a sunrise: the faith that no matter how dark the night gets, the sun still rises.
Sunrise is perfect for the couple whose love has seen them through some of the darkest times of their lives. Let your love for each other be the dawn you look forward to every day of your life together.See This Ketubah
The Sunrise Kiss Ketubah
From the delicate hues and soft backdrop, to the honesty of the couple's embrace, The Sunrise Kiss Ketubah represents the beauty and joy of your wedding day. This Ketubah exhibits the happy couple on their big day — tenderly kissing and completely head over heels in love. The soft background and faded colors lend to the overall dreamy esthetic of this work of art, and makes the Ketubah truly glow!
The Sunrise Kiss Ketubah beautifully captures the core of the Ketubah art — a unique blend of romance, design, and tradition. With such a beautiful design, this Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants a design that truly represents the day they said “I Do!”. This Ketubah will illuminate your homes and lives, a daily reminder of your love and commitment.
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Rays of Light Ketubah
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“I am my beloved’s and my beloved is mine”.
“I found He whom my soul loves”.
“Place me like a seal upon Your heart, like a seal upon Your outstretched arm; for Your love is as strong as death”.
“Vast amounts of water cannot extinguish My love for you and rivers cannot flood it”.
“Go out and see, daughters of Zion, the King Shlomo; in the crown which His mother has made Him, on the day of His wedding, and on the day that His heart rejoices”.
“Gladden the beloved companions as you gladden your creature in Garden of Eden from aforetime”.
“Praised are You, Adonai our God, who rules the universe, who created joy and gladness, bride and groom, pleasure, song, delight, laughter, love and harmony, peace and companionship, Adonai our God, may there always be heard in the cities of Judah and the streets of Jerusalem voices of joy and gladness, of happiness, voices of bride and groom, the jubilant voices of those joined in marriage under the huppah, the voices of young people feasting and singing. Praise are You, Adonai, who causes the groom and the bride to rejoice together.”
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A village sheltering under the symbol of a menorah – tradition and community lyrically imagined. Hand painted appearance, printed on the finest quality artist stock acid free paper.See This Ketubah
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