Ke­tubah Kraft is an easy to nav­i­gate web­site that gave Noah and I an in­stant per­son­al and “fam­i­ly owned” feel that is some­times lack­ing in some of the oth­er big­ger and over­whelm­ing ju­daicas.  Based on the ke­tubot col­lec­tion by Jes­si­ca Carew Kraft, you can browse her beau­ti­ful pre­made work in a gallery or re­quest to have your own made, in­spired by you and what you en­joy.  She of­fers a va­ri­ety of con­tem­po­rary and tra­di­tion­al texts, as well as same sex, in­ter­faith and more.

If you’re like us and have a lit­tle bit of a green spir­it, you will be thrilled by tak­ing ad­van­tage of the sus­tain­able ke­tubot. Kraft gives you the op­tion of or­der­ing an eco-friend­ly ke­tubah print­ed on 100% re­cy­cled pa­per and fin­ished with an all-nat­ur­al paint.  She goes above and be­yond and ships with re­cy­cled packaging!

The one thing we re­al­ly loved was that the lay­out was sim­ple and the con­tent was or­ga­nized and in­for­ma­tive.  Just from a few min­utes of brows­ing, we felt cou­ples out there would re­al­ly en­joy her down to earth spir­it and love for the ke­tubot process.  You can re­lax in the midst of wed­ding plans know­ing that your ke­tubah is in more than ca­pa­ble hands!