Have your ketubah or wedding certificate custom framed with our partner Simply Framed

Exciting news from the Ink with Intent studio! We've recently partnered with the high-end, bespoke framing company Simply Framed to offer beautiful and contemporary custom framing options for your ketubah or wedding certificate. These high quality frames are made by hand here in the USA. If you opt to use our framing service, your ketubah or wedding certificate will be delivered already framed. You can remove it from the frame for signing, and then replace it for display during your reception.

Each custom frame comes with a 2" acid-free 4-ply mat in a complimentary shade of white.

Custom framing adds an additional 3 days to production time, so please keep this in mind if you have a rush order.

Please see the FAQ at the bottom for more technical information from Simply Framed.

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Gallery Wide - Black
Old School Metal - Matte Black
Antique Vintage - Silver
Gallery Wide - Dark Walnut
Old School Metal - Gold
Antique Vintage - Gold
Gallery Wide - Natural
Old School Metal - Warm Silver

FAQ from Simply Framed

What kind of mat is added to the artwork?

Our mats are all acid-free, have a white-core & 4-ply, a.k.a. completely archival and thick. Upon receiving your print, our frame designers will choose the shade of white to best enhance your piece. We then bevel-cut each corner with precision. We offer shades of white ranging from bright white to the creamiest cream. Because choosing these non-colors is super hard online, we provide this service for you.

What type of glass do you use?

We use UV-filtering acrylic for all frames. UV-filtering acrylic is the best option and has become the industry standard. Chances are you will be moving, and plexiglass is lighter, scratch-resistant, and shatter-resistant. It also provides more UV protection and less glare than glass. While a bit more expensive than glass, the quality and protection acrylic offers is so good, most art sellers and galleries are using it—and so should you.

What kind of frames are you using?

Our frames are the highest quality, produced by manufacturers here in the U.S.A. If you know frames, then you’ll recognize Larson Juhl and Studio, as they are the industry leaders. We would not settle for anything less and neither should you. Both companies also pride themselves on responsibly sourced materials.

How will you package my custom framed artwork?

We’ve invested in only the best shipping materials to ensure your order arrives safely.  We recently eliminated kraft wrapping paper from our frame packaging (excluding special request) to be more environmentally friendly. Your frame will ship wrapped in bubble wrap and secured inside a cardboard box with plastic bands, and will include all necessary hardware and hanging instructions.

How do I care for my frame?

To clean your framed piece, follow these dos and don’ts:

 

  • DO remove dust by blowing on it
  • DO NOT use your hand or a dry cloth to remove dust
  • DO clean by using a small amount of mixture of mild soap or detergent and lukewarm water. Use a clean, soft cloth or sponge. Dry by blotting gently with a lint-free cloth. Instead of soap, you can also use a cleaner designed for acryclic surfaces.
  • DO NOT use a household cleaner like Windex or products that contain ammonia.
  • DO NOT use any abrasive material while cleaning your plexiglass, it can scratch the surface.

 

What happens if my frame is damaged in transit?

Every frame is custom which means it is made specifically for your piece. That means that the frame will not work with anyone else’s piece. As a result, all orders are final as soon as they are placed.

That said, we can accept exchanges if your frame was made incorrectly or damaged upon arrival. If your order arrives in such a condition, please contact us and let us know immediately. After 7 days we assume you are happy with your piece and can no longer provide exchanges.

Can you ship frames internationally?

We ship to residential and commercial addresses in the continental United States. No Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, Canada, Mexico and our friends elsewhere around the world. We hope to one day be able to expand our service to a broader international audience.