- 6 years ago
- Wedding: March 2013
With all my recent Photoshop experience designing our STD’s, invitations, menu’s, and all associated wedding garb, I figured I’d try to put together a Ketubah. Mind you, we’re having an interfaith ceremony, and my Rabbi is probably the most laid back guy ever.
Anyway, I designed this to be printed onto an 11 x 14 paper.. I’m not sure what texture yet, but I did a roughdraft print yesterday on to an 8X10 cardstock sheet and wowza…
Fi and I love the array of colors and the vibrance, so this works for us. An issue we did have, however, is my lovely CS5 version of photoshop places Hebrew text backwards, so my Rabbi laughed and told me the top line was indeed backwards, to which I felt like a tool when I sent it over to him for final approval. oops…… You can invert it tho.
So here it is…. I just wanted to say that it can be done, and saved us a lot of money, which is great because we’re already over budget!!!!
OH last thing.. The text box in the middle is a screenshot from the DIY Ketubah kit from Tsilli Pines (newketubah.com), zoomed in first, and then saved as a 5×7 @ a 300 resolution for printing later on.
For those who can’t read Hebrew, the top line says, “I am my beloved and my beloved is mine”