Posted by on Sep 24, 2012 in Ketubah Art, News | 0 comments

In the Quaker tradition, a couple planning to marry seeks the counsel of the Meeting, and all those present at the marriage ceremony sign the wedding document as witnesses.  The image here is the ‘before,’ awaiting the signatures of bride and groom and the 200 who will gather to sign!  Simply crafted, this document echoes the

Detail - wildflower marriage document

design and coloring of the couple’s wedding invitation.  The text and area for signatures are surrounded by native North American wildflowers, inked in a mixed color that matches the wedding invitation ink color.  The document measures 18″ X 30″.  The columns of lines for witnesses are extremely light so as to not detract from the artwork.

Quaker Document

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