It was in 2013, when artist Adriana Saipe was struggling to find the right ketubah for her quirky Jewish-Quaker interfaith wedding, that Ink with Intent was born. After searching hundreds of ketubahs before finally abandoning her quest, she got to work creating her own. Now five years later, that single homemade ketubah has become a thriving design company that ships thousands of customized ketubahs and wedding certificates worldwide each year.
Owned and operated by a team of wedding-obsessed women, Ink with Intent strives to be a different kind of design company. With contemporary designs, fanatical attention to detail, and thoughtful one-on-one customer service (just read some of our reviews here or on Etsy), we take the mystery out of purchasing a ketubah or wedding certificate and replace it with magic.
While weddings are how most of our clients first find us, we love taking on all sorts of meaningful art for meaningful days, such as birth and adoption certificates, custom anniversary artwork, invitation suites, and so much more.
OUR PROMISE: We are committed to working with every couple on a beautiful, customized piece of art. That means that whether you're having an orthodox, interfaith, queer, secular, or even unicorn-officiated wedding, we will listen carefully to your needs, respond promptly to your messages, and make sure that your experience working with us is a positive one.
Adriana Willsie Saipe
FOUNDER | ARTIST
Growing up as the girl who loved art class more than just about anything, I think I always knew I wanted my job to involve drawing. But I wasn't quite sure how to find one of those elusive gigs.
After graduating from college with a degree in Psychology and Spanish Literature, I set off to find a 'real job'. After five years of wild professional experimentation (everything from culinary school to advertising to non-profits, and a bunch of stuff in between) I found myself at a cross-roads. Do I keep trying to shoehorn myself into various traditional jobs or do I take the plunge and try to do art full time? After a solid heart-to-heart with my oldest friend, I tentatively dipped my toes into being a professional artist.
Now, five years later, I have to pinch myself on a regular basis, because my job as a full-time wedding illustrator feels too good to be true. Let this be my official endorsement of taking the path less traveled!
I now live in beautiful Vermont with my college sweetheart (and now husband), two rambunctious daughters, and big shaggy dog named Copernicus.
Meet The Team
Sara Ann LeHoullier
Sara Ann will be working with you to make sure your ketubah or wedding certificate is finished and shipped in plenty of time for your wedding. She is also here to answer any of your questions along the way.
FUN FACT: Sara Ann lived in Madagascar for over two years, and speaks Malagasy fluently!
Chaya will be working with you to customize your ketubah or wedding certificate and to make sure youíre 100% happy with the proof before your design is finalized.
FUN FACT: Chaya participates in multiple martial arts!
Maya works behind the scenes to make sure the Hebrew or Aramaic on your ketubah is accurately personalized.
FUN FACT: Maya grew up in Pittsburgh but currently lives in Israel!