Jen­ny Her­bert from Ke­tubah Ink com­bines beau­ti­ful de­sign and skill with an­cient Jew­ish tra­di­tion to cre­ate some­thing com­plete­ly unique and stun­ning for every im­por­tant mile­stone in your life. Af­ter cre­at­ing her very first Ke­tubah for a close friend, she be­gan to fo­cus on Ke­tubahs. Her back­ground and pas­sion for art is com­plete­ly ev­i­dent in her se­lec­tion of de­tailed col­or­ful pieces.

The Ke­tubah Ink web­site has a sim­ply lay­out with clean, user-friend­ly menus and de­sign. Noah and I both love when a Ke­tubah artist takes the time in­to putting to­geth­er a web­site that not on­ly looks pro­fes­sion­al and great, but al­so cap­tures the artist’s style and per­son­al­i­ty. Sim­i­lar to her Ke­tubahs, Ke­tubah Ink burst with col­ors and an or­gan­ic feel. She does­n’t have an over­load of in­for­ma­tion, but does ex­plain and give sam­ples of how she works, her cus­tom work, and Ke­tubah texts — which I def­i­nite­ly think is su­per im­por­tant!

Most of Ke­tubah Ink’s Ke­tubahs con­tain more of a sim­ple style with nat­ur­al ac­cents and strik­ing col­ors. Al­though we love the Ke­tubahs she does have, we wish there would have been a larg­er col­lec­tion and vary­ing styles. There’s al­so not a ton of in­for­ma­tion about spe­cif­ic ma­te­ri­als or or­der­ing — ques­tions that def­i­nite­ly came up when I was or­der­ing my Ke­tubah for my wed­ding! How­ev­er if you’re look­ing for some­thing more straight for­ward and know ex­act­ly what you’re look­ing for, we def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend check­ing out Ke­tubah Ink.