Extending respect to people of different backgrounds, knowledge levels, and experiences is at the core of everything I make. This includes, but is not limited to: couples who may be interfaith, interracial, same sex, or non-traditional genders, as well as the "getting married in the synagogue in a traditional way" Jewish empowered bride and groom.
Premium materials, beautifully printed, using high resolution images. Comparing prices from the big Judaica websites, buying a "premium" ketubah, personalized and shipped via ground costs easily costs $500-$1000 compared to $200 - $600 here. And their version of "rush" is lower quality and slower than any of my standard production and shipping times.
Each ketubah is made to order and printed on demand. This means that your information is seamlessly integrated into the text as part of a regular purchase. Clients may mix and match the texts, use entirely custom texts, add or remove lines, change signature lines, and designate how they want to be identified (Bride? Groom? Beloved? No labels?)
The only limit is that I cannot use copyrighted material without permission in writing. If there is a copyright protected text you love, try contacting the copyright holder and ask if they license their text. Anything you write yourself may be used, of course. Custom texts may be used on any ketubah. (However, I recommend hiring an outside translator to translate your custom text - if you need a referral, get in touch).
5-10 business days (plus shipping) is realistic, but requires you to have everything ready to go and respond to proofs promptly. The biggest delay is often getting rabbi approval for your ketubah. While many rabbis are responsive, others may take weeks depending on their schedules.
Check the calendar for big holidays that might delay your ketubah. Ketubah-Arts is closed on Jewish holidays, so plan a little extra time if your wedding is immediately after major Jewish holidays like Passover, the High Holy Days, or Sukkot.
Order your ketubah at least a month before your wedding
Gather your information all together before trying to place an order.
Be considerate of your rabbi's time and send only the final proof. Don't include them on every email!
Order far in advance. In a pinch, you will probably get it on time, but it is much less stressful to order ahead.