Artwork Title: Twin Trees of Hamzas
Size: 16.5" x 18"
Main photo: background printed on pearl grey paper
This is something we can always figure out down the line after I get in touch with your wedding officiant unless you already know what you want to use.
If you are interested in taking a look at any of the available texts send me an email at MELODYDRACHEL at GMAIL dot COM and I will send you the PDFs/ link.
Some text options to consider include but are not limited to:
Humanist, egalitarian, Orthodox (Ashkenaz or Sephardic), reform, conservative, gender neutral, anniversary, interfaith, same-sex, Quaker certificate, your own wording, or other.
Keep in mind that having both the Hebrew and English will diminish the font size. I will give you the font size regardless before I print anything and run it through your officiant or rabbi before printing.
BACKGROUND COLOR OPTIONS -
If you are considering several different options, I will send you digital proofs of those background types/colors per request. If there isn't a color you are looking for on the color chart or would like to use a watercolor background, I can custom make it for you. Below are options to consider:
Lily, Eggshell, Light Grey (bluish), Light Blue, Pearl Grey, Flannel Grey, Honeysuckle, Champagne, Hemp, Azure, Lilac, Dawn Pink, Light Green, Buff, Ivory.
Ivy, Dark Gray, Indigo Blue, Burgundy.
Price also includes text personalization (names, wedding date/location, etc.), dual text options (Hebrew/English).
After you and your wedding officiant/rabbi approve of the digital proof and text, your artwork will be processed and shipped within 10 - 14 business days unless you request rush shipping
UPS or FedEx - 4-6 business days.
Rush shipping – varies, available for an additional charge.
To find out about shipping orders outside the U.S., contact me to receive a shipping quote.
Email MELODYDRACHEL at GMAIL dot COM for more information.
Your ketubah will be placed in a plastic slip and shipped in a box with fillers. You may request the signature option at the door.
During the laser cutting process, we use a protective adhesive to protect the design from any burnt marks. As a result of the process that the paper goes through, it may have minor burnt marks that do not affect the actual artwork (Does not include wooden painted pieces).
All artwork is placed in a protective plastic slip or protective wrap and mounted on an illustration backing in order to be held upright when displayed.