Adri­ana Saipe be­came emerged in­to the world of Ke­tubahs like many oth­er artists — look­ing for a Ke­tubah for her own wed­ding. Not on­ly was she look­ing for a Ke­tubah to match her style, but some­thing In­ter­faith as well. Re­al­iz­ing a need for more Ke­tubahs that were not on­ly more in­clu­sive, but “sim­ple, con­tem­po­rary, and col­or­ful” — Ink with In­tent was born.

At first glance, we could tell that Adri­ana was a true artist with an eye for de­tail, col­or, and bal­ance — and her web­site was a true tes­ta­ment to that. Easy to nav­i­gate and com­plete­ly user-friend­ly, each page con­tains help­ful in­for­ma­tion for text op­tions, de­signs, and over­all or­der­ing. Her Ke­tubah de­signs con­tain a range of sil­hou­ettes, sim­ple themes, and wa­ter­col­or styles. From what Noah and I could tell Ink with In­tent seems to be one of the new­er Ke­tubah artists out there, so un­for­tu­nate­ly there wasn’t a huge range of text and de­sign op­tions.

Over all we def­i­nite­ly fell in love with Adriana’s Ke­tubah styles! It’s re­fresh­ing to see some­thing dif­fer­ent and more in­ten­tion­al­ly sim­ple, but still vi­brant and stun­ning in its own way. From Adri­ana’s ap­proach to cre­at­ing Ke­tubahs to the gor­geous pieces that make up her gallery, Ink with In­tent has def­i­nite­ly been one of our fa­vorites!