Shabbat Ketubah - “B’echad”. the word beneath the traditional crown found on many antique Ketubot, means “in unity”. It also begins the text with the date, indicating the first day of the week. Therefore this design may be used only for ceremonies taking place from Saturday at sunset, after Shabbat, to Sunday at sunset. The quote, reiterating the theme of the couple’s oneness, is from “Rad Halylah”, an Israeli folksong.The blue eye, “Ayin Harah”, is the symbolic protection against evil, one of the symbols surrounding the traditional Shabbat ceremonial objects.
|Orthodox no English|
|Orthodox with English|
|Conservative with Lieberman Clause|