I Want A Papercuts By Oren Ketubah, How Do I Order One?
Is There A Difference Between “Personalized”, “Customized” and “Custom Made”?
A Customized ketubah is when you take one of my existing designs and ask me to make a change. Sometimes the change is something as simple as adding your initials to the papercut and other times it’s as complex as changing portions of the design itself, like changing the skyline of a city to the one where you live, or changing birds into flowers. It can be anything. As long as the general design stays the same, but certain elements are changed, it is customized. This is a low cost way of having a design tailored to you.
Custom made means that you commission me to make a ketubah to your specifications. You can ask for absolutely anything. I will interpret your description of the perfect ketubah and create it for you.
Will My Customized or Commissioned Ketubah Be One Of A Kind?
How Long Before the Wedding Should I Order A Ketubah?
We Waited Until the Last Minute -- Can We Still Order?
Can You Fill In Our Ketubah?
Wait, So...Can You Fill In Our Ketubah Even if it's Orthodox or Conservative?
Sometimes rabbis require a particular nusach (there can be slight variations in syntax and spelling, according to tradition). In this case, you can send me an editable file in txt, rtf, doc, or docx format provided by your rabbi. PDF and JPEG files are not acceptable as they are image files. I regretfully cannot retype text from an image file.
Can You Translate Our Text Into Hebrew?
What About Quaker Weddings? What If We Are Not Jewish?
Is the Text Handwritten Calligraphy or Printed?
Can I Get My Text In A Color Other Than Black or Gray?
What Kind of Paper Do You Use?
How Much Does A Ketubah Cost?
A custom ketubah starts at around $1500. You can see up to date prices for all my ketubot in my online shop.
Note that although prices are listed in dollars, checkout will be converted to shekels using the most current exchange rate, accurate to five decimal points. The price in shekels will be exactly the same as the price in dollars according to the current exchange rates.
Because payment is in shekels, you may be charged a currency exchange fee by your payment processor (PayPal or your credit card). Fees are usually in the 1%—2% range. I do not collect this fee and it will not be reflected during checkout. Exchange fees are collected by the payment processor and are entirely separate from the transaction.
Do I Have To Pay For My Custom Order All At Once?
Do You Offer Refunds?
I use protective packaging that is sturdy and appropriate for international shipping conditions. I do not assume responsibility for items lost in the mail or items that are damaged during shipping due to mishandling. If your item does arrive damaged, due to mishandling by the postal service, let me know via email–I will work out a solution with you!
If there is a mistake in the text layer of your ketubah:
All personalized text must be proofed and approved by you and your rabbi. If you find a mistake in the text that differs from the text you approved, I will send you a correction at no extra charge. If the mistake was present in the proof that you approved, I will send you a corrected text, subject to a nominal replacement fee plus shipping costs. Make sure you check your proof carefully before approving the text.
Do You Sell My Private Information?
How Will You Ship My Ketubah and How Long Does Shipping Take?
All ketubahs will ship via DHL eCommerce international shipping by default. Packages generally arrive within 7 to 10 business days. You also have the option of choosing FedEx 2-Day international shipping. FedEx is more expensive, but I highly recommend the upgrade. FedEx is extremely reliable, handles packages with exceptional care, and absolutely worth the additional cost.
I cannot guarantee a delivery date and do not take responsibility for shipping delays due to inclement weather, strikes, customs delays, or delays due to government or regulatory agencies, lost packages, or other negligence attributable to the carrier. I also cannot take responsibility for damaged packages due to carrier negligence.
Please note that if there are any customs duties or taxes due in the country in which you reside, you will be solely responsible for them.
My friends are visiting Israel can they pick up the ketubah from you?
Will the Color of the Paper Look Exactly Like the Photos?
What About Framing?
What Kind Of Pen Should I Use For Signing?
How Do I Take Care Of My Ketubah?