Paeonia Arbor Ketubah
Innocence, tenderness and healing energy are conveyed in this romantic miniature composition. The traditional Chuppah canopy symbolizes the hospitality of the Jewish home of the betrothed and serves as a sacred, protected arch where ritual vows are undertaken in the presence of the Divine. Blushed Paeonia flowers adorn this open Chuppah composition. Commonly known as "Peony", this flower is among the longest-used flowers in ornamental culture around the world and is known as "Flower of riches and honor".
|Orthodox with English|
|Conservative with Lieberman Clause|