When Noah and I were search­ing for our ke­tubah one of the most crit­i­cal parts of the process was how an artist’s web­site was set up, as well as the con­tent it had. For us this was re­al­ly im­por­tant! My Ke­tubah hits the nail right on the head with their web­page set up — re­al­ly easy to use and a lot of in­for­ma­tion or­ga­nized in a great way.

My Ke­tubah are ke­tubot made by artist Or­na Weis­berg. Born in Is­rael and present­ly liv­ing in San Fran­cis­co, Or­na has been mak­ing art her en­tire life. With a mix of draw­ing, paint­ing and sculpt­ing with a va­ri­ety of medi­ums, her artis­tic pas­sion and Jew­ish back­ground is the dri­ving force be­hind the beau­ti­ful art pieces she creates.

Her love for com­bin­ing an­cient tra­di­tion with con­tem­po­rary de­sign is very ev­i­dent in her col­lec­tion. She us­es a lot of bib­li­cal im­agery, but adds her own unique artis­tic style. Her ke­tubot are com­plete­ly kosher us­ing tra­di­tion­al leather parch­ment and kosher ink to write on the ke­tubah. We re­al­ly loved the per­son­al touch­es she makes such as the gold lettering

She’s has lots of dif­fer­ent art pieces in her gallery with pho­to close ups and tons of text op­tions. She al­so of­fers the op­tion of per­son­al­iza­tion or cus­tom text. Un­for­tu­nate­ly her ke­tubot are on the prici­er range and al­though we loved the set up of her page, it’s miss­ing an easy way to pur­chase her art pieces. Her pas­sion to make some­thing time­less and unique trans­lates seam­less­ly to her art­work, mak­ing any cou­ple proud to hang their ke­tubah for years to come!