How To Order Your Ketubah

Here's what you need to know as you order your ketubah. Of course, please feel welcome to email or call as questions come up!


Please note that a completed Ketubah Worksheet is required for all orders. You can access the worksheet by clicking here. Kindly email your completed worksheet to

It's fine to write Hebrew names on the worksheet transliterated in English text, and we will convert them to Hebrew letters for you.

If you're not sure of the Hebrew date of your wedding feel free to leave that blank for us to determine.


You are welcome to customize the color on your ketubah!

  • If your papercut is white, you get to choose the color for the backing layer on your ketubah. Opal and silver are standard-priced backing colors for many of our ketubot. Alternatively, you have the option to request a giclee-printed custom backing color. Some of the ketubot shown here on the website are pictured with custom colors, and the custom color charge is included in their pricing.
  • If your ketubah design includes a colored papercut mounted on a white backing, you get to choose what color you would like the papercut to be. In most cases, gray and dark plum are standard colors for such papercuts, and other custom colors can be requested.

Click HERE to see some samples of Ketubah colors that other couples have requested.


The Hebrew and/or English text that you choose for your ketubah should feel just right to you both, and be approved by your officiant. My standard texts are available to be viewed right under the ketubah images. If you desire, feel free to edit one of our standard texts, or send in a custom text of your own. Please send your custom text typed in copy-able word or rtf format, or ask about typing charges.

Most of our customers request that we personalize the text with names, wedding date, and so on, for a seamless calligraphic look. The fonts that we use are Melanie's own calligraphic fonts. Please let us know if you have any special requests regarding formatting, fonts or text color.

Once you have placed your order and sent in your Ketubah Worksheet, we will send you a proof of your text so that you and your officiant can confirm that it is just right, or make any desired changes.


Choose the design that feels right to you. Keep an eye out for alternate styles. For example, the Forest Ketubah is available in 4 different variations (with and without deer, with the Hebrew text "Ani l'dodi v'dodi li", and with a depiction of Jerusalem.

Feel free to request special touches. For example, we can add "Ani l'dodi v'dodi li" to the top of your printed ketubah text at no extra charge. Choose Hebrew, English, or both languages:


Requests for custom additions or changes to any of our papercut designs are also welcome. An additional fee will apply.


If possible, please plan to allow 4-6 weeks for creation of your papercut ketubah. If your deadline is sooner just let us know, and we will be happy to work with you to rush creation of your ketubah and have your ketubah ready in advance of your wedding!

We will send you detailed care information when your ketubah ships. Your ketubah will ship flat, packed cozy within a clear plastic art envelope, safely between several layers of cardboard, by UPS ground. It will be mounted onto a firm white foam board, ready for signing and display at your wedding!