Ketubah Text Options (English + Hebrew) - Ketubah Text Examples for Jewish Weddings


You can select any of the texts below to pair with any ketubah in the Anna Abramzon Studio ketubah collection. You should choose a text that you and your partner feel a connection to.

Often rabbis will also have requirements for your ketubah text, so please make sure to consult with your officiant and have them approve whichever text you select. If you are not sure which type of text is best for you, asking your officiant is the perfect first step.

All of the ketubahs are available with text in English, Hebrew, or both. Want to add another language? We offer translation to Russian and Spanish too, or you can translate your ketubah into another language and send us the text and we will be happy to include it. 

I offer a special Interfaith text. The Egalitarian, Reform, Secular, and Humanist texts are also popular with interfaith couples.

I believe that your ketubah should be as unique as you are, so I am happy to customize it in any way you like. You can even mix and match texts!

If none of the texts on my site speak to you, or your rabbi has a specific text he or she would like you to use, you can always provide your own text or even consider writing your own ketubah text

Any of these texts can come with lines where you can fill in your names, wedding date, and other information by hand (this is called a blank ketubah) or you can have us fill it in for you so all the font matches. You can learn more about the two options here. All ketubahs, regardless of blank or filled in, come with signature lines at the bottom.