A Fruitful Future by Michelle Sider
Abstraction
by Ruth Karp

About Secular (Nonreligious) Ketubah Texts

A ketubah text in the United States typically contains two portions: one in English and one in Hebrew or Aramaic. (Aramaic is the ancient language of the Talmud, which uses Hebrew characters but is actually a different language.) The Secular (Nonreligious) text is different in that it only has the English-language component.

Things to Keep in Mind as You Choose Your Secular (Nonreligious) Ketubah Text

At MP Artworks, our Secular (Nonreligious) ketubah texts are only available in English and are a non-religious, egalitarian expression of the couple's commitment that can apply universally to all faiths.

About Secular (Nonreligious) Ketubah Texts
• Things to Keep in Mind
• Secular (Nonreligious) Text Options
• See Also
Lustrous Ketubah by Judith Mullen
Lustrous
by Judith Mullen

Secular (Nonreligious) Ketubah Text Options at MP Artworks

You may choose from several Secular (Nonreligious) texts, which can be viewed by clicking the links below.

Secular Nonreligious Texts

Secular Nonreligious Ketubah Text I -- Secular Nonreligious I (Available in English-only.)
Secular Nonreligious Ketubah Text II -- Secular Nonreligious II (Available in English-only.)

Or, you may write your own vows by selecting to have a custom ketubah text.

See also:
Ketubah Text Options - Personalization - Nonreligious Texts
Ketubah and Chuppah Options - Customization, Custom Design Modifications

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