Post # 1
I’m looking for inspiration… I’m not a fan of most of the ones I’ve seen and am thinking more and more about making one of our engagement photos into the Ketubah (but when I told that to someone they were like “no, that’s not what a Ketubah is.”) Is there some kind of rule about this for a super reform couple?
Post # 3
This is our ketubah from ketubah.com
Post # 4
Bah, sorry so big, have no idea how to resize…. but almost certain this is going to be ours:
Post # 5
We were in the same position. I couldn’t find something I liked that didn’t cost a fortune. So we used one of our engagement photos and made our own.
Post # 6
@classyashley: Try urban collective on etsy. I got my interfaith ketubah from her. She has more modern designs.
Post # 7
If you want one of your engagement pictures, there is no prohibition on it. This is the one we used, from 20th Century Illuminations:
Post # 8
This is mine, but the silouhettes look like us and the colors are navy and yellow. The seller’s etsy shop is lovebyleya. She is wonderful! The actual ketubah is papercut.
Post # 9
This is mine, although we are not having a monogram at the bottom…on the pricier side..but im thinking of it as a piece of art work 🙂
Post # 10
Here is ours. From Melanie Dankowicz from Etsy.
Post # 11
From UrbanCollective on Etsy
Post # 12
ETA: For whatever reason, the pic I posted is not showing up. Oh well.
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Post # 14
@mordantmaxim: That was in my “top 3” list of ketbahs. 🙂
We ended up going with this one:
Post # 15
We chose this ketubah called “Sea of Love” by Michelle Rummel. It’s available on ketubah.com which has lots of non-traditional ketubahs to choose from.
Post # 16
We’re ordering this one from http://www.ketubah.com