- Ketubah order process -
is considered by many to be the oldest form of a marriage contract. Traditionally used in Jewish weddings, a couple will sign this document right before entering the 'Chupa' and exchanging their vows. While the document has various versions depending on custom, it highlights the couple's devotion and commitment to one another and is signed by the couple as well as witnesses who confirm the holy matrimony. Many married couples choose to have a Ketubah which is also a piece of art they connect to, that they can hang in a central location of their home to serve as both recognition and a reminder of their love and commitment to one another.