IT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT LEGAL DOCUMENT YOU’LL EVER OWN.
YOUR INFORMATION IS 100% SECURE
IT’S A TESTAMENT TO THE ETERNAL BOND THAT WILL BE CREATED BETWEEN YOU AND YOUR FUTURE HUSBAND.
You imagine a gorgeous Ketuba gracing the walls of your new home.
You need it to be 100% Halachically Kosher with no room for mistakes.
Affordable would be great too.
Meet Custom Ketuba by Dolev Prints.
“We really wanted a unique and personalized kesubah, but we didn’t have the budget or time to invest in it, and we had heard too many horror stories about couples who were not able to use the ketuba’s they commissioned due to halachik mistakes. When we heard about Rayzel Broyde’s digital-art kesubahs, we knew we had found a perfect solution. And we are beyond thrilled with how it came out!”
“We really wanted a special Ktuba for our daughters wedding, when we saw the art work, we really liked it!
In reality it looks even better than in pictures.
Three weeks later we married off our son, and sure enough, we ordered another Ktuba!
Rayzel works with you closely and makes sure all the details are exact (including all the halachic aspects!).
We strongly recommend!”
HOW IT WORKS
1. Choose Your design
Browse our selection of ketubas to find one that you’ll love and cherish forever.
2. Submit Your Details
We’ll send you a form to fill out asking for information including you and your future spouse’s Hebrew names, the date of your wedding ceremony, and more.
3. Design & Check
We design your ketuba and have a rabbi proficient in the laws of ketuba do a very thorough check on a digital copy.
4. Your Turn
We’ll send you the digital ketuba for you – and the officiating rabbi of your wedding – to approve or to submit any changes.
When everyone is happy and we’ve double and triple checked your ketuba, we send the digital copy to print!
6. Mazal Tov!
The glass is broken under the chuppah – you are finally married with the ketuba of your dreams!
Yes, please do! We encourage you to show the digital copy to your officiating rabbi so they can let you/us know about any changes before the ketuba goes to print. Nevertheless, if impossible, don’t worry; we have Rabbi Yaacov Haber of Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel review each and every ketuba for mistakes.
Please note: Once you’ve given your approval (with or without your rav’s consent) and the ketuba is printed, we cannot make any changes. If you’ll need a new ketuba written up, we’ll have to charge the price of another ketuba. (But don’t worry, this has never actually happened. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to check and correct along the way).