Ke­tubah Artist Miri­am Karp cre­ates unique and 100% new de­signs via her web­site Cus­tom Ke­tubah for each and every cou­ple she works with. Work­ing with cou­ples to cre­ate an orig­i­nal work based on in­di­vid­u­als pref­er­ences of Mo­tif, Style, Col­or & Cal­lig­ra­phy, or­der­ing a Ke­tubah from Miri­am guar­an­tees that the Ke­tubah you sign will be the on­ly one in the world, should you choose to go with an in­di­vid­ual de­sign. The web­site is a lit­tle old, and a lit­tle sim­pler than we might ex­pect from a site ded­i­cat­ed beau­ti­ful art­work!

Of course, there are var­i­ous op­tions for cou­ples in­ter­est­ed in get­ting a pre-made op­tion, which are avail­able as Gi­clee prints. These prints, run­ning about $350 call on fa­vorite el­e­ments from her cus­tom art­work, and are cus­tomiz­able with var­i­ous texts, in­clud­ing one ti­tled “Equal Parters” which Hei­di and I thought re­al­ly spoke to us as in­di­vid­u­als. The down­side to Cus­tom Ke­tubah is that there are on­ly about 20 pre-made de­signs, with on­ly a cou­ple prints much more im­pres­sive than what you might find in a store with 400+ Ke­tubah of­fer­ings.

The di­ver­si­ty of her texts was re­al­ly a pleas­ant sur­prise, and the fact that cou­ple who loves cards, moose, and pi­anos could have all of these in­clud­ed on their Ke­tubah is very ex­cit­ing! Noth­ing like a per­son­al touch for a con­tract with the one you love. Un­for­tu­nate­ly, the web­site is op­er­at­ing on very old soft­ware, and it looks like it has­n’t been up­dat­ed since the late 1990s. It’s al­ways a shame when the site is­n’t as good as the art!