Not only is the Paper Crane simple and beautiful in its own right, but its creation goes far beyond being just a classic origami animal. Seen as a mythical or holy creature in Japan, fathers traditionally gave a thousand paper cranes as a wedding gift — a symbolic way of wishing the couple a thousand years of prosperity and happiness! Rather than a thousand cranes, the Paper Cranes Ketubah contains eighteen birds, the classic Jewish number that also means “chai”, or “life”.
With vibrant colors and a minimalist modern design, this Ketubah is perfect for the couple that loves Japanese style, or whose partner has Japenese heritage! The Paper Cranes Ketubah will be a beautiful symbol of your meaningful commitment, and a cornerstone of happiness, prosperity, and life!
All Ketubot are Limited Editions of 500 each, and optionally include a Certificate of Authenticity.