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Printed Ketubahs

Printed Ketubahs offer flexibility in both price and availability. All printed Ketubah designs are original handmade paintings by Me. After finishing the design and painting process, a professional scan is made, and the Ketubah is ready for print with the highest quality. 

All printed Ketubahs come in two sizes. Prices from NIS 690. 

The Ketubah text is fully customizable and may include the type of marriage ceremony, wedding information, and the couple's details.

Before printing, I will send you a digital copy of the final Ketubah for your final approval. Once approved, I make a high-quality print on acid-free cotton paper. The Ketubah will be beautifully packaged in a custom-made puller and delivered to you. Finally, you will have a personal, exciting document that has been especially customized for you with a lot of love and care.

The Ketubah will continue to accompany you in your shared life and witness your love and growth as individuals, as a couple, and as a family. MAZAL TOV

Frequently asked questions and answers


All you need to know about Printed Ketubah

Why Printed Ketubah?

Printed Ketubahs offer great flexibility in both price and availability. Printing will take place only once the order is placed, using the wording specified in the order.

The Ketubah design is original, the print quality is excellent.

A wonderful, personal, and exciting souvenir to accompany you in your shared life.

Is the Ketubah kosher?

A Kosher Ketubah is one that has no errors in wording and writing.

In the process of writing the Ketubah, I receive the text from you and this exact text will appear in the Ketubah.

This is guaranteed by sending you a digital copy of the Ketubah for your final approval before printing. I recommend that you receive your Rabbi’s approval before finalizing. This double certification guarantees the integrity and the Kashrut of the Ketubah!

How Long Does It Take To Prepare A Ketubah?

The optimal time for ordering Ketubah is 6 weeks before the wedding date. However, I can accommodate a much shorter time frame when necessary   (even until a few days before the wedding ...).

In last-minute situations, please contact me as soon as possible and I will guide you on how to proceed.

Advice and help with wording!

Orthodox Ritual - In this ceremony, the wording is given and fixed. You can receive the wording from the rabbinate where you opened the marriage file or directly from your Rabbi.

Before printing, the text will be sent to you for final approval which you can also share with the Rabbi of the ceremony.

In a Conservative, Reform or Civil ceremony, the couple formulates their own wording. In these ceremonies, the Ketubah constitutes a promise, a love contract, embodying principles that can shape your shared life. It is a big responsibility and not easy, but from personal experience - it is worth trying, committing and expressing feelings in your heart through the written word. A little inspiration can turn into a big help. Depending on the ceremony you perform I will send you a few suitable formulas that you can use to help you draft your Ketubah.

In any case, I always recommend approving the final wording with your Rabbi or Marriage Officiant !!

High-quality printing on cotton paper

When ordering a print, it is important to pay attention to the print quality, which is obtained from a combination of paper type and ink quality.

I print on acid-free archival cotton paper (paper that retains its properties, is not yellowing and fading). The thickness of the paper is 350 grams and has a fine texture.

Ink is also of crucial importance for print quality and the ability to maintain this quality for years. I use Epson's original ink called Ultrachrom that guarantees high survivability and durability.

A combination of high-quality paper and quality ink ensures that the print will maintain its quality for decades (under interior conditions only). By comparison - laser printing starts to lose its color after only one year !!

Printing on parchment

The same quality print, this time on real parchment (leather), the same used by the Scribes in writing Torah, Tefillin, and Mezuzah. The parchment I use is the finest quality, with a velvety texture.

It is important to know that the print on the parchment looks a little less sharp than the print on paper, giving the print a more ancient and authentic appearance. The skin is stronger than paper and therefore better preserved over the years.

Gold-colored gilding

The original Ketubah design incorporates a gold color. Printing (however high-quality) has no metallic colors. The gold turns orange-brown. Therefore, after printing, it is possible to gild the relevant gold-colored pieces with delicate and precise brushwork.

The gilding adds light and beauty to the Ketubah and gives a touch of handmade work. RECOMMENDED!!!

Gilding with real 23K gold

Using real 23K gold, with unique adhesive technique, delicate and precise craftsmanship. Gives the Ketubah a glamorous appearance that is immediately visible to all. Golden leaves do not fade or erode and add to the artistic value in addition to the prestigious appearance.


Shipping information


I ship Internationally. Shipping costs will vary based on the size of your order and the shipping destination. Please note: We cannot guarantee expedited shipping on international orders.


Israel Post Courier Mail - Free (6-8 days)

Israel Post Carrier - 50 NIS (1-2 business days)

Self collecting - Free

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