Wi­ley Valen­tine is a pa­per com­pa­ny start­ed by graph­ic de­sign­ers Emi­ly and Rachelle. Through the in­spi­ra­tions of their own grand­moth­ers and their skilled ex­pe­ri­ence with de­sign and pa­per, they as­pire to cre­ate gor­geous works of pa­per art, while al­ways be­ing sen­si­tive to out plan­et.

Their web­site is won­der­ful, tons of pho­tos with a very sleek de­sign. Lam­en­ta­bly they don’t sell their ke­tubot here, how­ev­er they do have an eas­i­ly ac­ces­si­ble et­sy site. The larg­er por­tion of their web­site sells in­vi­ta­tions, sta­tion­ary and more.

Shy­ing away from the very typ­i­cal ke­tubot art­work and im­ages, their art­work is a gor­geous col­lab­o­ra­tion of tra­di­tion­al ke­tubah and mod­ern sta­tion­ary style. They on­ly start­ed mak­ing their ke­tubot about a year ago, so their col­lec­tion is rel­a­tive­ly small (on­ly 8 in all), how­ev­er we are def­i­nite­ly glad they did! With tons of col­or and de­sign op­tions, the col­lec­tion cer­tain­ly has a ton of flex­i­bil­i­ty in terms of per­son­al­iza­tion. Noah and I have cer­tain­ly fell in love with their ke­tubot, and we are cer­tain you will as well!