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  • May
    07

    The Leg in the Kuf in V’Kanina


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    Another essential tip when writing the Ketubah is the word v’kanina (וקנינא). It means, “we have completed the act of acquisition.”

    Make sure that the printed Ketubah does not include the leg in the letter kuf in this word. The Rabbi must complete the kuf himself, in order for the Ketubah to be valid and binding.

    At Orthodox Ketubot, we ensure that all of our Ketubot are printed without the leg of this kuf, so that your Rabbi can complete it.

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  • Apr
    18

    Orthodox Ketubah Detail: Don’t Forget The Spacing


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    Advanced tip for creating an Orthodox Ketubah:

    We can’t have the art intruding on the text of the contract itself. Why not? That could create ambiguity over what a word means, or whether a section is part of the contract itself or not.

    The text itself, as the heart of the Ketubah, is the most essential part and we can’t let anything intrude on it.

    That’s today’s Orthodox Ketubah tip!

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  • Mar
    24

    Finally, Affordable Ketubot: Amazing $100 Ketubot


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    We began OrthodoxKetubot for many reasons. We believe that anyone who wants a traditional Ketubah should have a place to browse and buy one — and there was no such space online.

    But another reason we began it is, too many Ketubah artists charge an arm and a leg for a ketubah. A high quality Ketubah should be affordable for every Jew.

    Therefore, we began OrthodoxKetubot with our dream of having deeply high quality, orthodox ketubot — for $100 each. There is nothing else like these online; all other ketubot we’ve found cost twice or more as this line. It is unique and brings Ketubah Art into everyone’s reach.

    Welcome to our site, let us know if you have any questions. I’m Esti and my email is esti@orthodoxketubot.com

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  • Mar
    17

    Welcome to Orthodox Ketubot!


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    Right after Havdalah on Saturday evening… we launched Orthodox Ketubot. After months of hard work, we are proud to have launched the site!

    Our mission is to help all orthodox couples (whether Modern Orthodox, or substantially more traditional) find the perfect Ketubah for them.

    Any questions? Just send Esti a note, at esti@orthodoxketubot.com – we’re looking forward to helping you find the perfect Ketubah.

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