Ketubah Personalization

Thank You for ordering your Ketubah from Caspi Cards & Art. Please fill out the ketubah personalization form below and submit it online. We recommend that you consult with your Rabbi when filling out the form. We cannot be responsible for your mistakes or omissions, so please double check the information. If you prefer, you may download the form as a PDF document or as a text file and then after filling it in completely, or fax (617-964-0489) the form to us. If you ordered the Commitment Vows text, please use the Same Sex Personalization Form. After submitting the form, we will email you an acknowledgement with the information you submit for confirmation.

Please fill out this personalization form completely. Please do not leave anything blank. The ketubah cannot be completed without all of the information! If you do not know something or are having trouble, feel free to give us a call at 1-800-Ketubot (1-800-538-8268). We will be happy to help you. If you would like us to consult with your Rabbi, or if you have a unique spelling or situation, please note it in the Comments box at the bottom of the form. For Hebrew names, you can type the transliteration with English letters or use an (Online Hebrew Keyboard) to copy and paste Hebrew letters.

BRIDE

Bride's Hebrew Name

If unknown, just write 'transliterate'. This means that we will write the English name in Hebrew letters. You can use Hebrew or English letters.

Bride's Mother

When we fill in the Bride's name on the ketubah, we write the Bride's full name (first, middle and last) daughter of her Mother (first and middle) and her Father (first and middle). If you would like it a different way, please call us or make a notation in the comment box at the bottom.

Bride's Mother's Hebrew Name

If unknown, just write 'transliterate'. This means that we will write the English name in Hebrew letters. If you would like the name left off, please write 'leave off'.
In Hebrew, we fill in the Bride's Name, daughter of her Father and Mother.

Bride's Father

When we fill in the Bride's name on the ketubah, we write the Bride's full name (first, middle and last) daughter of her Mother (first and middle) and her Father (first and middle). If you would like it a different way, please call us or make a notation in the comment box at the bottom.

Bride's Father's Hebrew Name

If unknown, just write 'transliterate'. This means that we will write the English name in Hebrew letters. If you would like the name left off, please write 'leave off'.
In Hebrew, we fill in the Bride's Name, daughter of her Father and Mother.

Bride's Marital Status

Only one may be chosen. It changes certain words on the Ketubah. If you are unsure, ask your Rabbi.

First Time
Divorced
Widow
Convert

Yes No

Yes No

Kohen
Levi
Israelite
Not Applicable

GROOM

Groom's Hebrew Name

If unknown, just write 'transliterate'. This means that we will write the English name in Hebrew letters. You can use English or Hebrew letters.

Groom's Mother

When we fill in the Groom's name on the ketubah, we write the Groom's full name (first, middle and last) son of his Mother (first and middle) and his Father (first and middle). If you would like it a different way, please call us or make a notation in the comment box at the bottom.

Groom's Mother's Hebrew Name

If unknown, just write 'transliterate'. This means that we will write the English name in Hebrew letters. If you would like the name left off, please write 'leave off'.
In Hebrew, we fill in the Groom's Name, son of his Father and Mother.

Groom's Father

When we fill in the Groom's name on the ketubah, we write the Groom's full name (first, middle and last) son of his Mother (first and middle) and his Father (first and middle). If you would like it a different way, please call us or make a notation in the comment box at the bottom.

Groom's Father's Hebrew Name

If unknown, just write 'transliterate'. This means that we will write the English name in Hebrew letters. If you would like the name left off, please write 'leave off'.
In Hebrew, we fill in the Groom's Name, son of his Father and Mother.

Yes No

Yes No

Kohen
Levi
Israelite
Not Applicable

Date & Location

The Hebrew date changes at sundown, so it is very important that we know when the ceremony is to take place in order to have the correct date!

Before Sundown
After Sundown

Yes No

We cannot be responsible for your mistakes or omissions, so please double check the information. Please use Hebrew letters if you want specific spellings. If you use English letters, we will use our best judgement for spelling - don't worry, we have been doing this for over 30 years and are pretty good at it! Again, if you would like us to consult with your Rabbi, please note it below along with contact information.



05-2 Rose Garden Ketubah Personalization by Mickie Caspi

If you have any questions or need help filling out the Ketubah Personalization Form, please call us (617-964-8888) and we will be happy to help you. For Orthodox and Conservative texts, we recommend that you consult with your Rabbi when filling out the above form. Your Rabbi is welcome to view our Info for Clergy page.

07-1 Arbor Ketubah Personalization by Mickie Caspi

Mickie will personalize your ketubah by hand with beautiful calligraphy to match the pre-printed text. Please allow two weeks for completion. For more information on the Calligraphy Personalization, see the Ketubah Personalization Hand Calligraphy page.

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