Gani and I both agree this was one of our favorite moments of the entire day. At one point, our rabbi had us close our eyes and make a memory of the moment. He reminded us why we were there. Because we love each other enough to spend the rest of our lives together. Whatever life hands us, we were promising to face it all together, in love. And he told us that whenever we forget that, we can access the memory of the exact moment we opened our eyes. As we held hands and closed our eyes, we felt the weight of that memory settle in our brains. It was the coolest feeling.
Our ketubah was designed by Ardyn Halter and is made from hand-made paper with pressed wildflowers and ferns.