Back in May I had the pleasure of creating a ketubah for a wonderful couple, Patrick and Rick, who celebrated 25 years together by getting married (thank you to Connecticut for legalizing same-sex marriage!) Patrick was a joy to work with, and so appreciative of my work. He sent this lovely thank you the day after the wedding, along with pics of the ketubah after signing, and the happy wedding party (I love getting to attach faces to the names of my wonderful clients!):
I just got back to Atlanta from a couple of thousands of miles of driving since Saturday, but Rick and I got married in Connecticut as planned. The ketubah was signed and all four of our guests were suitably impressed with it.
The attached pictures are low-resolution photos and probably will not print well. I have a c.d. coming that will have several high resolution digital photos that I will send along later.
You aided greatly in our 25th anniversary/marriage event, and I thank you sincerely.
I will tout your fabulousness to any and all – especially thru the Reconstructionist synagogue I attend here in Atlanta.
You may, at your discretion, use me an enthusiastic reference: you may use my name. initials, and/or email address at will.
Just eight days later he sent more pics of the ketubah, but this time framed! (Not only is Patrick incredibly thoughtful, but he’s clearly very efficient and organized as well.)
What a beautiful framing job, with the ketubah floated on a blue mat with a gilded wood frame.
Thank you Patrick!