Ketubah Texts...
for all types of ceremonies.

We offer beautifully worded ketubah texts you won’t find anywhere else.

To get started click on the link below for the ketubah text category (Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, etc.) that best suits your needs. You'll then be able to choose from multiple texts in each category. Having trouble figuring out which ketubah text is right for you? First narrow down the category depending on your movement or ceremony needs - Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, Interfaith, Same-Sex, Secular Humanistic, Secular Nonreligious, or Anniversary/Renewal. Then, read through the texts. I, II, and III are more traditional sounding. IV, V, and VI are more romantic and contemporary.

Note: Same-sex texts are also available in all of the Reform, Interfaith, Secular Humanistic, Secular Nonreligious, and Anniversary/Renewal texts.

If you don't find that perfect text for you in the choices below, you can always customize one of our texts or write your own. Click here to learn more.


Orthodox Ketubah Texts

An Orthodox ketubah text is a legal Jewish contract and requires that both the bride and groom be Jewish. There are specific rules for placement of the text in the design, filling in the information in the ketubah text, and for who can sign the the ketubah as a witness. An Orthodox ketubah always includes the traditional Aramaic Orthodox ketubah text with 2 Hebrew witness lines directly below it, and often includes a separate, modern English text with English signature lines. The English text is not a direct translation of the Aramaic text. We will work closely with your rabbi to be sure all information is accurate and kosher.

In our English texts I, II, and III are more traditional sounding, while IV, V, and VI are more romantic and contemporary.

Note: Designs with two text areas are not appropriate for the Orthodox (No English) Ketubah Text.


Click on the images above for a quick look. Click on the titles for a PDF.


English Texts © Micah Parker Artworks, Inc. These may not be reproduced without consent of copyright owner. Want to purchase a license or digital file? Click here.

Download a personalization form for Orthodox Texts


Conservative Ketubah Texts

A Conservative ketubah text is a legal Jewish contract and requires that both the bride and groom be Jewish. There are specific rules for placement of the text in the design, filling in the information in the ketubah text, and for who can sign the the ketubah as a witness. A Conservative ketubah always includes the traditional Aramaic ketubah text with the Lieberman Clause with 2 Hebrew witness lines directly below it, and often includes a separate, modern English text with English signature lines. The English text is not a direct translation of the Aramaic text. We will work closely with your rabbi to be sure all information is accurate and kosher.

In our English texts I, II, and III are more traditional sounding, while IV, V, and VI are more romantic and contemporary.

Note: Designs with two text areas are not appropriate for the Conservative (No English) Ketubah Text.


Click on the images above for a quick look. Click on the titles for a PDF.


English Texts © Micah Parker Artworks, Inc. These may not be reproduced without consent of copyright owner. Want to purchase a license or digital file? Click here.

Download a personalization form for Conservative Texts


Reform Ketubah Texts

A Reform ketubah text is usually written in English and Hebrew and serves a couple’s statement of vows to each other. Both parties are usually Jewish, though they do not have to be. The Hebrew text is a translation of the English. Typically, any person who does not have a Hebrew name will have their English name spelled phonetically in the Hebrew text.

In our Reform texts, I, II, and III are more traditional sounding, while IV, V, and VI are more romantic and contemporary. All Reform ketubah texts can be ordered in Hebrew-English or Hebrew-only; and in same-sex wording.


Click on the images above for a quick look. Click on the titles for a PDF.


Texts © Micah Parker Artworks, Inc. These may not be reproduced without consent of copyright owner. Want to purchase a license or digital file? Click here.

Download a personalization form for Reform Texts


Interfaith Ketubah Texts

An Interfaith ketubah text is a non-denominational text usually written in English and Hebrew and serves as a couple’s statement of vows to each other. The Hebrew text is a translation of the English. Typically, any person who does not have a Hebrew name will have their English name spelled phonetically in the Hebrew text.

In our Interfaith texts, I, II, and III are more traditional sounding, while IV, V, and VI are more romantic and contemporary. All Interfaith ketubah texts can be ordered in Hebrew-English or English-only; and in same-sex wording.


Click on the images above for a quick look. Click on the titles for a PDF.


Texts © Micah Parker Artworks, Inc. These may not be reproduced without consent of copyright owner. Want to purchase a license or digital file? Click here.

Download a personalization form for Interfaith Texts


Same-Sex Ketubah Texts

Our commitment ketubah texts are written in gender-neutral or same-sex language and serve as the couple’s statement of vows to each other. The Hebrew text is an appropriate same-sex translation of the English. Our Hebrew texts do not use “he/she” language, but are written for a specific gender. Typically, any person who does not have a Hebrew name will have their English name spelled phonetically in the Hebrew text.

In addition to the texts shown here, any of our Reform, Interfaith, Secular Humanistic, Secular Nonreligious, Anniversary ketubah texts can be written in same-sex language. All same-sex texts are available in Hebrew-English or English-only.


Click on the images above for a quick look. Click on the titles for a PDF.


Texts © Micah Parker Artworks, Inc. These may not be reproduced without consent of copyright owner. Want to purchase a license or digital file? Click here.

Download a personalization form for Same-Sex Texts


Secular Humanistic Ketubah Texts

Our Secular Humanistic texts are approved by the Leadership Conference of Secular and Humanistic Jews. The Hebrew text is a translation of the English. Typically, any person who does not have a Hebrew name will have their English name spelled phonetically in the Hebrew text.

Both Secular Humanistic texts are available in Hebrew-English or English-only; and in same-sex wording.


Click on the images above for a quick look. Click on the titles for a PDF.


Texts © Leadership Conference of Secular and Humanistic Jews. These may not be reproduced without consent of copyright owner. Want to purchase a digital file? Click here.

Download a personalization form for Secular Humanistic Texts


Secular Nonreligious Ketubah Texts

A secular, nonreligious ketubah text is perfect for couples who would like a ketubah, but are not Jewish.

Available in English only. Other languages available upon request.


Click on the images above for a quick look. Click on the titles for a PDF.


Texts © Micah Parker Artworks, Inc. These may not be reproduced without consent of copyright owner. Want to purchase a license or digital file? Click here.

Download a personalization form for Secular Nonreligious Texts


Anniversary and Renewal Ketubah Texts

An anniversary or renewal ketubah text is perfect for couples who are celebrating an anniversary milestone or who are renewing their vows. The Hebrew text is a translation of the English. Typically, any person who does not have a Hebrew name will have their English name spelled phonetically in the Hebrew text.

Available in Hebrew-English or English-only. Signature lines are usually not included, but are available upon request.


Click on the images above for a quick look. Click on the titles for a PDF.


Texts © Micah Parker Artworks, Inc. These may not be reproduced without consent of copyright owner. Want to purchase a license or digital file? Click here.

Download a personalization form for Anniversary Texts