1. Pick your design

With over 100 beautiful designs to choose from (and more added each month), we hope you'll find something that you'll adore for a lifetime. Or, if you have a specific vision in mind, learn more about artist Adriana Saipe's custom illustrations.

2. Choose your text

Before you purchase, you'll need to select which Hebrew and English texts you'd like to use. TIP: Talk to your Rabbi beforehand to learn about any specific requirements he or she has.

3. Purchase the design

Order your chosen ketubah right here at inkwithintent.com. You can pay via bank account or any major credit card. Would you like to give this ketubah as a gift? Just let us know in the notes section of your order and leave us the recipient's contact information.

4. Fill out order form

After you purchase, you'll be redirected to the full order form. (Click here to see a preview.) This is where we'll get all the information we need to customize your text and design. Have any special requests? Don't hesitate to ask in the notes section!

5. Review your proof

After one of our professional translators has customized your text, a graphic designer will create your full proof using your choice of fonts, layouts, and more. Your graphic designer will email you the proof, which you can then share with your Rabbi or Officiant. You'll work one-on-one with your designer until everything is perfect and you've signed off.

6. Printing / shipping

Once you've given us your final approval, your ketubah will be printed on fine art paper or stretched canvas using the giclee method. After the print has cured, it will be stored safely in a heavy-duty tube and shipped right to your door. We also keep track of your shipment and follow up to make sure you received your artwork in perfect condition.