How do I choose a text for my Ketubah?
There are many different Ketubah texts out there to choose from! Whether you are religious or secular, Ashkenazi or Sefardi, traditional or modern - or anything in between, there is a text out there for you! Many couples utilize the guidance of their rabbi, cantor or officiant for help pinpointing the right text. Some couples even write their own text, often in the form of shared wedding vows.
Whichever direction you want to take it in, I am more than happy to help you figure out your best option and provide you with examples. Visit the 'Ketubah Text' page for more information
What is the difference between a Ketubah print and a Handmade Ketubah?
All prints in the BRITcolors store are museum grade Giclee fine art prints of high resolution scans of my original handmade works. Prints serve as a great option for couples on a budget and serve as beautiful reminders of your love and commitment to one another.
♥The text, in both cases, is always printed!
What is the turnaround time for a ketubah?
♥ Ketubah prints should be ordered at least 4 WEEKS before your wedding date.
♥ Handmade Ketubahs should be ordered at least 7 WEEKS before your wedding date.
If an order must be rushed and is ordered closer to your wedding date, I am happy to still work with you to accommodate your needs! Just remember, additional rush production and shipping fees will by applied. Simply when checking out choose "Rush order" and an additional $150 will be automatically added to your order.
When will I get my Ketubah?
Each piece is carefully packed to ensure safe and smooth delivery.
What does "custom order" mean?
I can customize almost every Ketubah design that you see on my website. If you see something that you like but interested in a different color palette - Please contact me!
Please visit the "Custom Orders" page for more information.
Can I change the text or add phrases to it?
Yes! You can always change the text and phrasing in your order. It is important to review the text carefully after we decide on its final version and layout in order to approve my final draft before it is printed.
For couples working with an orthodox rabbi, your text will need to be approved by the rabbi and no changes will be able to be made. Though I work with Rabbis, I much prefer the couple handle their text in this situation and send me a final draft which has been approved.
How does the Ketubah arrive?
When preparing to ship your order, all Ketubahs and similar works are first reinforced and backed by heavy duty black presentation board, and secured with gold corner holders which can be used to help you display the Ketubah after it is signed. I then secure the piece with several layers of protection befor shipping.
Framing your Ketubah or similar works is the responsibilty of the client. Some couples even have the Ketubah framed prior to the wedding day (with no glass) so it can be displayed for guests immediately after signing.
I do not sell these works framed.
Customs and import taxes
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.