Terms & Conditions
If the legal standing of the ketubah is important to you, you may be advised to take one of two options:a) Choose one of our hand-designed, modern texts that reflects your thoughts and commitments. At the time of the wedding, have your Rabbi bring an inexpensive Orthodox version (usually a small pamphlet) to be signed along with your chosen ketubah. Keep it in a safe place and hang the framed print where all will see it.b) Include the Orthodox text in your ketubah alongside any English text of your own choosing. PLEASE DISCUSS YOUR KETUBAH TEXT CHOICES WITH YOUR RABBI OR WEDDING OFFICIAL. Remember, if you wish the ketubah to be a legal document as well as a beautiful reminder of your wedding commitments, you must treat it with the same careful crafting as any other contract. Witnesses are needed to sign the ketubah in front of the Rabbi and the couple – the qualifications for who these witnesses can be and other details should be addressed before your wedding!!
How Do We Take Care of Our Ketubah?
2010 - present
Your ketubah has been printed by the Giclee print process. In order to prevent the colors from fading and other environmental damage, we recommend framing your ketubah. Please try to use either UV protective glass, or plexiglass. Do not hang the framed ketubah in direct sunlight or under halogen or fluorescent lights. Do not use any framing/mounting materials that are not archival/acid free.
2010 - present