Your love is unique. We think your ketubah should reflect that.
With the plethora of generic printed ketubahs available on the Internet, couples with a discerning eye have a hard time finding something that speaks to them. We formed Ketuv to provide couples with a fine art option in ketubahs, and to create an opportunity for innovative artists, with dynamic careers outside of the commercial and Judaica spheres, to create fresh, quality ketubah art.
Founded by artists Arielle Angel and Maya Joseph-Goteiner, Ketuv is committed to creating new opportunities for artists in the marketplace, with the ultimate goal of allowing artists to pursue their craft sustainably and with integrity.
Ketuv is also committed to honoring the diversity of the Jewish people, as well as people influenced by the Jewish tradition. While providing quality wedding and anniversary ketubahs for Jewish couples of all denominations, we also pride ourselves on offering progressive options in wedding artwork for same-sex, interfaith, non-denominational and non-Jewish couples.
We’re not religious people, so we wanted our ketubah to be non-denominational. Arielle worked tirelessly with us, trying to evoke our creative sides. The end result is the single most memorable gift anyone has ever given us. She captured our vows in a beautiful landscape. It hangs on our wall as a window to both our past and our future.Patrick and Danielle Dodds, Gainesville, FL
We truly cannot thank you enough for our absolutely beautiful ketubah! We feel so lucky to have had you work with us to come up with something that we love and that we feel is a true reflection of us. Thank you for spending so much time to make this what we wanted. We absolutely love it and can’t wait to display it at the wedding and in our home!Kim Levinson and Mary Sirico, Baltimore, MD
Our ketubah is a testament to the beauty of our love. On our wedding day, the significance of the ketubah signing was palpable due in large part to the beauty of our ketubah. It is a moment Lindsey and I will never forget, one of the happiest of our lives. Our ketubah hangs on the wall facing our bed. We look at it every morning, and it reminds us of a perfect day.Jordan and Lindsey Melnick, Miami, FL