One of the most important elements of the ketubah is the hebrew lettering.
For the ketubah prints we generaly use our ketubah font. We maked this hebrew font for our ketubot by ourself. It‘s traditional look fits the design of our ketubot, that is why we give it the name Ketubah.
You can choose a different font for your printed ketubah, for example the Oskar font or the Ezra font.
Lettering for English ketubah text
The Jewish tradition to write the ketubah text by hand is to beautify the wedding mitzvah. The calligraphy lettering as you can see is not as narrow as the digital font, but in the final form it looks much more original. However, you can choose the digital font for your handmade ketubah without handwritten lettering.
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