This ketubah displays a traditional format. The inspiration for this design came as a search to honor the deepfelt rabbinical roots of this family, and the gentle affection of this couple. The tallis chuppah covering is a rendering of a tapestry design, a tribute to the bride’s talent as a needle worker. The strong columnar base pays homage to the bride’s grandfather; the chief Orthodox Rabbi of Lisbon Portugal. The tree of life design at the base of the image honors continuity, while the 7 species of flowers reflects diversity and originality in creation.