Post # 1
My Fiance and I want to have a ketubah, but I am jewish and he is not. Because our ketubah will not be a technically official, jewish document, our officiant is permitting us to write whatever we want in it. I am looking for some ideas on the language. We want it to be non-religious, English only, and really reflect the commitment we are making to each other. Any ideas greatly appreciated!
Post # 3
Fiance and I got our interfaith ketubah from ketubah.com. It is really beautiful. If you go to that website, there are tons of ketubahs, and you will be able to look at the interfaith text/language- which may give you some good ideas for yours.
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2010 - The Pearl S. Buck House
We’re using secular text from NewKetubah.com. And I really really love the interfaith text on ketubah.com especially Naomi Brudo’s… havent’ read all the others.
Post # 5
You may want to check out “interfaith,” “commitment,” or “secular” language on the various ketubah sites. There is a lot to choose from.
One of the things I learned when we were getting our ketubah is that if you like the language of one artist, but the artwork of another, you can typically just ask the one who created the text for a one-time permission to use that text. They will typically let you do so for free. (Of course, if you are buying the ketubah commercially, there may be an extra charge to use a text that is not one of their standard texts.)
Post # 6
we are getting ours from theketubah.com I think they are more reasonably priced and I love the way they integrate the hebrew and english. If you want something a little more modern looking there is always modernketubah.com I really like their stuff but they didn’t have the cherry blossoms we wanted that theketubah.com had.
I just found this website and I LOVE their ketubah… definately thinking about going with this instead. They are so much cheaper than the ones I have found before and they can put any words on it you want. (which means doing interfaith wording is so easy) http://www.etsy.com/listing/53183617/modern-ketubah-ketubot-canvas-jewish-art?ref=v1_other_1
Post # 7
@kfricke89: I just got mine from etsy. I speak hebrew so i translated one I found in english to hebrew here is a pic of mine. and this is who made it http://www.etsy.com/shop/anaviink. My Fiance is Catholic and I am Jewish
Post # 8
@FutureMrsChaney: I like that. I was on there and found one I really liked even more (mostly because of the idea that we can get a picture of us on canvas AND our ketubah for less that it will cost for either one seperatly PLUS we are so not traditional that it works so perfectly with us) And we can get it with both hebrew and english like yours. Which again, is so beautiful.
Post # 9
@kfricke89: I saw those they are super cute! We didnt want anything traditional so we designed this one together with the help of the etsy lady.