“Every lake belongs to the quietness desired by the swans.” ― Munia Khan
The ‘Swan Song’ Ketubah (and matching Smash Glass Pouch pictured below) is a Sonnet to the Magic and Majesty of Swans. The embrace of their elegant and elongated necks coil in pensive union to form a heart. This in turn is reflected in the pond below, mirroring the transcendental nature of their love into other dimensions.
This symphony of these two swans, serenaded in each others love is a symbol of the married couples’ shared deep connection, chemistry and conflation into one union and into forever.
This Ketubah is a perfect compliment for couples to whom the quietness and stillness of a meditative Swan Lake resonates, and those who feel their love story itself is a meeting of the minds in the midst of a misty pond.
The lavender lace detailing of the hymn “אני לדודי ודודי לי – I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine” (Song of Songs – Shir HaShirim 6:3) is a romantic declaration written by King Solomon, and expresses the affinity between the beloveds. Like their curled necks, this psalm curves around the Swans.
In doing so, this psalm gestures the shape of an enclosure which foreshadows the home that will be created and the union of the destined souls as one.
This lovely cotton cloth smash glass pouch (which holds the glass the groom smashes) presents another opportunity to personalise aspects of your wedding and through attention to detail, allows the different wedding artefacts to share visual harmony and theming.
Smash the glass and have a specially commissioned matching Glass Pouch and Ketubah union, paired with a matching glass (here the couple went with a dusty pink glass selection).
Swans reside on lakes like love, resonating on the heart. If you have any elements you would like to personalise or variations to the background, please get in touch.
I would love to make this Ketubah everything you want it to be.