Yes, you can have a ketubah! I make ketubahs for all kinds of weddings.

A ketubah made from a camellia flower in bloom

"Thank you so much for our Ketubah! Jason is Jewish and I am Christian, so we mixed a few elements of both our religions in the ceremony and this was brilliant. We love having our Ketubah as it is a beautiful reminder of our wonderful day." — Sarah and Jason, Cape Town

While the ketubah has its roots in Jewish wedding tradition, its beauty is now embraced by couples from all different religions and cultures. Can you have a ketubah? Absolutely! I have created ketubahs for all kinds of couples (Jewish, Interfaith, Christian, multicultural, same-sex, and non-religious) and ceremonies (weddings, commitment ceremonies, anniversaries and vow renewals).

What is a ketubah?

A ketubah is a work of art that express the love and commitment of your marriage vows. read more

The interfaith ketubah

Interfaith weddings merge two traditions into one. Learn how to make an interfaith ketubah, and how to make it a part of your ceremony. read more

The ketubah for gay and lesbian weddings

For same-sex couples, the ketubah has become a proud and public celebration of their love and commitment. read more

The ketubah for Multicultural, Christian and non-Jewish weddings

The ketubah is a such a meaningful symbol of marriage that more and more non-Jewish couples are adopting the tradition for their own wedding. read more

Creating a ketubah all your wedding guests can sign

Most ketubahs are just signed by five people. But some couples want more -- they want everyone at the wedding to join in and sign their ketubah! Here's how to do it...

The Anniversary Ketubah

I have made a large number of anniversary ketubahs for couples celebrating major milestones in their marriage. read more

Learn more on my blog

Read The Modern Ketubah Blog to learn more about interfaith weddings, wedding ideas, and my latest ketubah designs. Posts have included: