Answers to some questions you might be wondering...

How long does it take to get a ketubah?

For Ketubah Prints anywhere from 4-6 weeks, depending how long it takes for your ketubah text to be approved by your Rabbi / Wedding officiant. Ketubot ordered within 6 weeks from wedding date are considered Rush orders and will incur an additional $75.  

For Custom Ketubot anywhere between 3-6 months, depending how long it takes to hear back on ketubah sketches as well as how long it takes for your ketubah text to be approved by your Rabbi / Wedding officiant. 


How much does a ketubah cost?

All of the prices for Ketubah Prints are listed next to each print (with the exclusion of taxes + shipping costs). 

Custom Ketubot start at $1800 and increase based upon size, detail of design (papercut, paintings etc.), materials (gold leaf) and calligraphy instead of printed text. 


Why are your ketubot more expensive than other ketubah prints?

All of the ketubot offered on my website are designed by me and can only be purchased through my website. Every ketubah is created with much love, care and attention and I can guarantee this because I'm not a ketubah factory! I make myself fully available to each and every client of mine because I understand how important and exciting choosing your ketubah is. I work with an amazing local print shop in NYC for all of my prints and with local calligraphers for all ketubah calligraphy work.  Every ketubah print is offered in limited editions of 100 prints. All prints are signed and numbered like a true work of art. 


We want to display our ketubah under the chuppah. What's the best way to do so?

It just so happens that all of my ketubot are packaged and shipped ready to be displayed at your wedding! All you need is an easel to prop it up. 

The ketubah is mounted on a white board and placed in a clear plastic sleeve. I would recommend removing it from the sleeve when under the chuppah and then placing it back in the plastic once the ceremony is over for extra protection while it waits to be framed. 


Can we customize or make changes to the text?

Of course! All text is 100% customizable. As long as your Rabbi or wedding officiant approves of your custom text, or any changes you make to the text, you are good to go!


What's the best way to contact you?

Email is preferred. I will respond to emails within 48 hours. If you have a pressing question or something that would be easier to discuss over the phone you can reach me at 617-416-8168. 


What's your refund policy? 

Your satisfaction and happiness is my number one priority so if you are unsatisfied with a product in any way, I will work with you to to fix it to the best of my abilities. Due to the nature of custom artwork I cannot offer refunds on artwork, however in certain circumstances exchanges can be arranged. All deposits are non-refundable.