Gay Wedding Glossary: Foundation Covenant

Gay Wedding Glossary

Foundation Covenant:  
This is a sacred text modeled off of the Jewish ketubah and the Quaker wedding certificate.  This document is typically signed by the couple during their wedding ceremony and is then signed by guests during the reception.  It can be a substitute for a guest book and is one way the guests validate and affirm the marriage.  The Foundation Covenant is typically framed as artwork after the wedding.

Foundation Covenants have become a gay wedding tradition.  They are often custom made but are also produced by artist Daniel Sroka of ModernKetubah.com.

| Permalink

Leave A Comment

Post has no comments.
Post a Comment

Trackback Link
Post has no trackbacks.