Ketubah Texts and Fonts

We’re happy to offer a variety of ketubah texts to reflect your connection to Judaism. You are more than welcome to write your own text and pair it with one of the traditional texts. We can also translate your text into Hebrew for a translation fee of approximately $60. The Orthodox text is in traditional Aramaic and the Conservative texts have a mixture of Aramaic and modern Hebrew. All three have English translations. The Egalitarian ketubah, written by Rabbi Gordon Tucker, was taken from Ritual Well, an excellent resource for Jewish tradition and ritual under the auspices of Reconstructing Judaism, formerly the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. The Secular Humanistic texts are made available by the Leadership Conference of Secular and Humanistic Jews. The LGBTQ ketubah was written by Lily Nagy-Deak and Lanni Solochek and has been made available to my clients with their permission. Other ketubah texts can easily be made appropriate for a same-sex wedding with a few changes at no extra cost.

Conservative with egalitarian translation
Conservative with traditional translation
Egalitarian - Rabbi Gordon Tucker
Orthodox - Rabbinical Council of America
Secular Humanistic I
Secular Humanistic II

Below you’ll find font pairings that I have chosen based on my own design aesthetic and ten years experience creating digitally rendered ketubah texts. Some fonts just go better together than others! When you fill out your intake form, kindly indicate the number of the pairing you prefer.