The revival of illuminated ketubot as part of the wedding has added both beauty and meaning to modern marriage ceremonies and to Jewish homes. When a couple selects a ketubah, they are choosing a work of art which is also a very personal document and becomes a family heirloom. It helps fulfill two mitzvot, that of making the khatan and kallah rejoice, and of hiddur mitzvah, the beautification of a mitzvah. While a plain ketubah would suffice, our tradition encourages us to add to its beauty. Peggy H. Davis has been creating unique ketubah designs since 1980. Ketubot are printed with digitized images of Peggy's original border designs.