The next two are more traditional, patterned ones. I love the blue and yellow one because it matches my color scheme :)
These last two are probably the least common types of Ketubah's and (typical), my favorites. The Amy Kagin flower tryptic is considered "mini," which I like the idea of aesthetically and it's also cheaper (Hey, it's a Jewish wedding, I'm ALWAYS thinking of cost-cutting ideas :). The other one I found on Ketubahs.com (Does anyone else think it's funny/random website name?). It's definitely different but so pretty and would go with a lot of different decor schemes. This sounds trivial but it something I would like to display all the time, so it is important to consider these things...Le tough decision!
These are just a few of the thousands of Ketubah options. First I need to figure out the budget for ours before we make any decisions. But I'm curious, which one would you want to look at for the rest of your life and why?