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Hi everyone!
I have been noticing that a lot of you will comment on using specific sites to get your ketubahs from, like mpartowrks and ketubahsforless.
Here is my problem:
There is a ketubah that I think i have fallen in love with, but it's not on either of these sites. I have found it on GalleryJudaica.com and KetubahGallery.com among some other locations as well.  My thing is, these look a lot less professional than the above mentioned websites and that makes me nervous.
Has anyone used either of these other sites?

Re: Other Ketubah Sites Feedback

  • Musicheals71Musicheals71 member
    Ninth Anniversary 5000 Comments Combo Breaker
    edited December 2011
    I used www.ketubahsandmore.com, so check out that one.
  • edited December 2011
    i'm going to use etsy.com

    personalized, cheap and completely unique
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  • 2dBride2dBride member
    2500 Comments Fourth Anniversary 5 Love Its Combo Breaker
    edited December 2011
    Which ketubah is it?  And which artist?  Personally, I would rather deal directly with the artist if possible, so that instructions don't get mangled as we got along.
  • edited December 2011
    check my "tips for brides" link in my siggy. all the sites I have listed were used by previous brides on this board.
    The Knot won't share my Bump Siggy, so here's the low-down: 4/27/07 - Got engaged! 8/31/08 - Got married (to my best friend)! 12/30/08 - Got Pregnant! 9/3/09 - Welcome to the world, Elias Solomon! 8/16/10 - Got Pregnant, again! 5/14/11 - Welcome to the world, Talia Hadassah! 1/14/12 - Ready or not, here comes #3 (EDD 9/27/12)
  • edited December 2011
    Many will offer to send you a sample for a nominal fee (ie: mpartworks will supply you with a sample for $20, not sure if that includes shipping or not).  Get a sample, see if you like it; better to pay a few dollars upfront to know if something that's near and dear will be of high quality.

    Otherwise, as suggested, find out who the artist is and see if they have a website.  Not all artists, however, can be found or want to work directly with customers...
  • edited December 2011
    i went through gallery judaica and the woman i spoke with was extremely helpful and easy to work with.  She got me in touch directly with the artist, and the whole process worked out great.
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