If you’re in the Boston area Kolbo Fine Judaica is dedicated to “Celebrating Jewish Life and Culture in Style”. The site is definitely laid out with style in mind! With bright colors and tons of options for all sorts of Judaica, Ketubahs are just one of many great items that the Kolbo store has to offer.
If you can make the trip to the store in Brookline (outside of Boston on the Green Line, Noah lived there for a little in college!), we highly recommend it. One thing to note is that the hours are a little early if you’re planning to visit during the week. We suggest swinging by on a Sunday so you have plenty of time to peruse all the great books they have on hand!
Combining the feel of a traditional bookstore with Jewish music and items, Kolbo proudly covers their store walls with beautiful works of art and happily displays their Ketubot. If you’re not near Massachusetts, you can browse from their over 225 Ketubahs available online. The styles are mostly a little traditional for my tastes, but there were some great finds! Some of the Artists in the drop-down menu came up with no results, but there were also several we had never heard of before! Noah and I both thought there were many Artists we hadn’t seen, and we liked the idea of finding someone new!
Somewhere between a big-box Ketubah store and the neighborhood Judaica store, one thing we loved about Kolbo Fine Judaica was their commitment to progressive and same-sex texts. They even have a link I thought was great, to answer some of the most common Ketubah questions: Called How to Find the Right Ketubah, they might just have the answers for you!
We recommend stopping by for a good read, and maybe to find a great Ketubah!