Pearl Edi­tions is a Ke­tubot & Ju­da­ic Art com­pa­ny start­ed by artist Pamela S. Feld­man-Hill. While some of the ke­tubot on this web­site are cre­at­ed by her, she al­so rep­re­sents a va­ri­ety of oth­er well-known Ju­da­ic artists. Her web­site was very user friend­ly and su­per easy to nav­i­gate!

Her web­site of­fers a va­ri­ety of texts from Tra­di­tion­al to In­ter­faith, and more.  Ad­di­tion­al­ly, all text op­tions come in dif­fer­ent de­signs and col­ors. Noah and I loved that not on­ly has she been in the busi­ness quite some­time (20+ years!), but she al­so urges cou­ples to have as much in­put as they de­sire. The on­ly down­side of her cus­tom op­tions is the steep price range that comes with it- $1,000 to $2,000, as well as a 50% de­posit.

Al­though the ma­jor­i­ty of the ke­tubot were not our per­son­al taste, we do rec­om­mend check­ing out her web­site if you de­sire a more tra­di­tion­al or in­tri­cate style of ke­tubah.  For those who are in the mar­ket, take a look at not just the clas­sic ke­tubah, but the pa­per­cut ke­tubot as well, we guar­an­tee you won’t be dis­ap­point­ed!