Inbal and Gil got married in Israel on the longest day of the year. The chosen location, Ronits Farm, a prime location, only a 30 minutes drive out of Tel Aviv. The location allowed us to divide the event into two parts: reception and a Huppa outdoors, dinner and party inside (all in order to overcome the high temperatures and humidity of mid-summer in Israel). The moving Huppa ceremony took place in the open amphitheater area-as lanterns marked the paths towards the area and illuminated the upper seats. Chris Weys designed the indoor hall using a color theme of yellow and white with touches of green, and added seating arrangements with elongated tables for this long summer day theme.
Joyous greetings were made for the bride and groom, and the maid of honor sang live as the newlyweds had their first slow dance. The evening continued and the moment that Mosh Ben-Ari and his band appeared on stage, you could not find one guest still seated.
We love to see all the guests have a great time and therefore “surprises” were handed out during party. We distributed all sorts of gadgets to the guests, including flickering gadgets and accessories, flip flops and printed T-shirts.
The groom, a kite surfer, inspired us to convert a surfboard to a guest book and guests were thrilled to see all these little touches come together to create a fabulous wedding.
Those summer days – Perfect for a wedding in Israel