ABOUT GAY KETUBOT

In order to meet the needs of the widest variety of Gay couples, all the texts appearing on this website are available for every couple (with two exceptions: the Conservative Text - traditional version rather than the Brit Ahuvah which is available - and the Orthodox Text). 

 

HELPFUL HINTS:

  • Any ketubah design that has an image of a couple has a Gay/2 Males version. If you select any of the two men getting married options, I will confirm with you that you want the 2 Grooms version.

  • Unless instructed otherwise, I use chatan and chatanim or groom and grooms for two men getting married.

  • If you are blending families or have children already, you can add this line: "Our [son/daughter/children,] ________, join/s us as we celebrate our wedding and enter this new stage of our family life." (please indicate if you would like it on your order form)
Click-through to read "The Art of Same Sex Ketubot." Beyond offering a variety of standard text options for same sex couples, the illustrations and art provide meaningful choices for all couples to represent their marriages. 

Click-through to read "The Art of Same Sex Ketubot." Beyond offering a variety of standard text options for same sex couples, the illustrations and art provide meaningful choices for all couples to represent their marriages. 


In addition to all of the other texts listed in the Texts section, this text is available to express support of marriage equality.

Same Sex Marriage Advocacy Ketubah Text

Most ketubah designs will be satisfyingly legible with this text in Hebrew and English, even at the small sizes. 

 

This ketubah witnesses that on the ___day of the week, the ___ day of the month _____ in the year 57 ___, corresponding to (secular calendar date) in the city of ____ that [the grooms/beloveds] _____ and ______ said to each other:

“Be my husband according to the tradition of Moses and Israel. Your family will be my family and mine yours. We promise to love, honor, and cherish each other. We will protect and support one another, and faithfully care for our needs as a family and as individuals, as required by Jewish tradition. We promise to work to reform the laws of our country so that our marriage, and the marriages of others who come after us, will be recognized by law, not just by our community, friends, and families."

________ and _______ also agree that they will give each other Power of Attorney and all property will be held in common. They have declared before God and everyone that they have signed their names to this ketubah of their own free will without reservation or restraint and that they intend to be bound by this holy covenant.

"Where you go, I will go, and where you lodge, I will lodge. Your people shall be my people, and your God, my God. Where you die, I will die, and there I will be buried." - Book of Ruth

Groom___________________________חתן
Groom___________________________חתן
Witness___________________________עד
Witness___________________________עד
Rabbi_____________________________רב

“Be my husband according to the tradition of Moses and Israel."
Want to use this text with another artist?
from 25.00

Purchase the rights to any of the proprietary texts for a one-time use.

Whether you are a couple who found just the right words here and just the right art somewhere else or an artist who wants to make a ketubah for friends, you've come to the right place.

What you get:

  • Your chosen text in Hebrew & English
  • Plain or Rich Text Format so that you may format or copy it as you like.
  • Your text will arrive as an email attachment that you can open in any text reader/word processing application.

Purchase 'Add Names & Dates' to have your text completed with the right information and/or to customize the text in Hebrew & English.
 

Add in Names & Dates:
Quantity:
Select Text & Customize
Ketubah-Arts offers flexibility in every aspect of a ketubah - allowing couples to request changes to the texts and art and providing a wide variety of ketubah styles - so every couple can choose a ketubah that will be a tangible reminder of their commitment to each other.
— Ginny Reel, artist & proprietor of Ketubah-Arts