Flirtatious and evocative, the Poem ketubah offers a contemporary aesthetic with the charm of hand-painted imperfection. Abstract petals and blooms dance together in a burst of vibrant color. Guaranteed to make you smile daily! The Poem design was painted by artist Susie Lubell and professionally photographed to retain the color, vibrancy and richness of the original in reproduction.
The purchase of your ketubah includes the archival print and your personalized or standard text in English. Custom Hebrew text is an additional fee. Frame not included.
Your ketubah will be printed on Epson Somerset archival, Ph-neutral, 255 gsm textured paper free of optical brightening agents. The special top coating of this paper gives it unprecedented precision, contrast and color saturation for a matte medium. Velvet surface for rich details and vibrant color.
We offer traditional Orthodox texts, Ashkenazi and Sephardi. In addition, we offer texts sanctioned by the Conservative movement, the Reform movement, the Renewal movement, Jewish Secular Humanism and several alternatives appropriate for interfaith weddings and same-sex weddings.
To order please select the size, font choice, and if you want personalized Hebrew text. Once your transaction is complete, you will receive a link to a form where you'll provide information like your names, your Hebrew names, the names of your parents, the location etc. When we have finished creating your ketubah we will send you a digital proof by email. We recommend that your rabbi or officiant read through the proof for accuracy. Once I receive your approval your ketubah will be printed and shipped to the address you provide.
Choose size: 12" x 12", 16" x 16", 20" x 20" or 24" x 24"
Designed in Israel, shipped from the United States.
Free domestic shipping is included. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. If your deadline is sooner just let us know, and we will be happy to work with you to be sure your ketubah is ready in advance of your wedding! We will send you detailed care information when your ketubah ships.