Yes, these ketubahs are printed. So why do they look handmade, even up close?
It's because I do all the lettering by hand--no typesetting--to go with a lively, whimsical illustration style.
Click on a design to see which texts can go with it. Prices vary a bit depending on the size and complexity of the design and whether you choose a modern text vs. a traditional text (orthodox or conservative). The traditional texts have many more places where details need to be filled in by me, so they may cost a little more.
As soon as you order, I will get in touch with you via email. I'll set up a shared googledoc on which you and I can enter and edit your details, including names, date and place as well as contact info for your rabbi or officiant if you want me to check details with them.