The Garden of Love Ketubah

Artist: Baruch Sienna

This ketubah plays with the image of the garden as a metaphor for our relationships. In the Bible's poetic Song of Songs (Shir Hashirim), the lovers compare each other to a garden and the wedding blessings refer to the primordial couple who lived in bliss and harmony in the Garden of Eden. Traditionally, ketubot were often illustrated with flowers, but here the flowers are rendered more naturally as a landscape inste...[more]

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Dimensions: 1111

Medium: Giclée

Personalization Method:

  • Seamlessly printed in digital calligraphy
  • Text proof provided

Special Features:

  • Available on canvas
  • Available in four sizes
  • Inexpensive

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  • This print is sized to fit standard picture frames
  • Personalization option is recommended due to the small size

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Baruch Sienna

Baruch Sienna is a Jewish digital artist with a love of letters and languages. He began his artistic career as a calligrapher, creating handmade, one of a kind Ketubot. After becoming interested in using digital technology for design, he was one of the first people to create Hebrew fonts on the original Macintosh computer and now designs and typesets Hebrew and English books and prayerbooks, graphic posters, and logos. Baruch is the founder of Work of Heart prayerbooks and alephtechnology.com. Returning to ketubah design is an opportunity for Baruch to utilize his background as a designer and Jewish educator to create fresh approaches to the traditional marriage contract.

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The Garden of Love

This ketubah plays with the image of the garden as a metaphor for our relationships. In the Bible's poetic Song of Songs (Shir Hashirim), the lovers compare each other to a garden and the wedding blessings refer to the primordial couple who lived in bliss and harmony in the Garden of Eden. Traditionally, ketubot were often illustrated with flowers, but here the flowers are rendered more naturally as a landscape instead of a formal floral arrangement of cut flowers. The ketubah is crowned with the line "We must cultivate our garden" taken from the end of Voltaire's Candide. Today, so often disconnected from the world of nature, working in a garden reminds us of the beauty and our dependence on the natural world. We must tend our relationships too, and contribute to living in harmony with the natural world and each other.  

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We highly recommend consulting with your wedding officiant before selecting a Ketubah text. Many rabbis, cantors and officiants prefer or require a certain type of text. If you are placing your order online, you can print up a copy of your Ketubah text from our website. Should you order with us by phone, we will fax or email you a copy of your Ketubah text. No matter how you order, we definitely suggest you forward the text to your wedding officiant. This small pre-wedding task will save you from any concern o...[more]