SHOP WEDDING CERTIFICATES
ABOUT THE ARTIST
— KIND WORDS FROM CLIENTS —
“Adriana is a joy to work with. She takes the time to really get to know her clients and make sure their piece is just what they’d envisioned. She is reliable, thoughtful, and incredibly talented! We absolutely love our ketubah and could not have asked for anything better. We’re so glad we found her.”
“Adriana was a pleasure to work with and made this whole process easy under rushed circumstances (we didn’t order the ketubah until a few days before the wedding). We love the image we ended up with and the whole ketubah is gorgeous. Thanks for accommodating our needs and giving us a great ketubah!”
“Our Ketubah is stunning and completely custom to exactly what my fiance and I wanted, even in a state Adriana wasn’t yet offering. Her responses to all of our many changes were extremely prompt and it quickly arrived with fantastic packaging and care instructions. We couldn’t be happier.”
“Our ketubah was perfect! We loved having this beautiful, artistic document as a focal point in our wedding celebration. Adriana was so easy to work with – responsive, attentive and willing to make adjustments so that everything turned out just as we hoped. We are eager to have it framed and display it in our home for years to come.”
— HELLO, I’M ADRIANA SAIPE, THE ARTIST BEHIND INK WITH INTENT —
I began designing for my shop Ink With Intent when I realized that the world needed more ketubahs and Quaker Wedding Certificates that were simple, contemporary, colorful, and inclusive of all types of couples.
It was during the summer of 2013, when I was planning my Quaker-Jewish interfaith wedding, that I began my hunt for the perfect ketubah. I absolutely loved the idea of participating in this ancient Jewish tradition and of having a beautiful rendering of our wedding promises hanging on our wall. But as I searched, no design I found seemed to fit the quirky, interfaith celebration we were planning together. Many designs featured symbols and places that didn’t speak to our interfaith family. Other designs were beautiful, but lacked the vibrant color and simplicity that I crave as an artist. And no designs seemed to speak to our shared experiences as a couple.
Since I’m a professional artist, in the end we decided to simply create our own. And the design we landed on perfectly captured the time and place where we first fell in love. Learn more about how I began designing ketubahs here.