With a bright, easy-to-use in­ter­face and nav­i­ga­tion tabs on every page, Hei­di and I nev­er felt lost when us­ing the KetubahStore.com site. As with many of the sites we’ve seen, Ke­tu­abah Store us­es the same ro­ta­tion of artists as oth­er sites we’ve re­viewed, and there are a core set of artists who have their work dis­played with cus­tomiz­able text op­tions.

One thing we liked about this par­tic­u­lar site was the help­ful ‘My Ke­tubah Gallery’ but­ton which al­lows you to save your fa­vorite Ke­tubot, all on one page. With so many dif­fer­ent op­tions from so many dif­fer­ent artists, we can see how this would be a help­ful tool! The on­ly prob­lem is we end­ed up feel­ing like all of the Ke­tubot on our fa­vorites page looked more or less the same!

With over 500+ Ke­tubah de­signs to choose from, the ‘Search by Col­or’ tab was help­ful, though search­ing for a Beige Ke­tubah theme col­or did­n’t ex­act­ly put us in the mood for eter­nal love! Nei­ther did Bur­gendy for that mat­ter, but there are all sorts of folks out there. Al­so, hav­ing a ‘Re­turns’ but­ton made us a lit­tle un­com­fort­able– I hope no one ever us­es it!