Yael met Tavor for the first time while visiting a friend from Ein Karem. Yael was living at the ecological community Yesh Meain at the time and her friend asked her if she wanted to join a group of people going to the Hadassa hospital to play music for the patients. She accepted the offer and that’s where she met Tavor. It took a few weeks before they met again but after meeting only on weekends for a few months, they spent the summer in Paris (where Yael is from and where her family lives) and then moved together to Ein Karem.
After getting engaged, they decided on an early morning summer wedding. The location was an obvious choice to them: “Yesh Meain”, the ecofarm in Nahalal where Yael had lived for the last 5 years. For their wedding professionals, they mainly choose people they knew and whose “art we really appreciate”. Adi Segal took the pictures, Jutka from Harduf , the vegeterian restaurant prepared the food, “Nadav Kinnuhim” baked the bread, David Laor baked the croissants, Zadok Yehuda made the rings and gypsy band “la vache qui rit” played live music. “Many friends came to the farm during the days before the wedding to help prepare and decorate the place… There was something very special about this wedding, not only the ceremony itself and the day of the wedding itself, but also about the way it was prepared and all the different people that got involved in the preparations. It turned out to be a really beautiful, joyful and very moving day for us and for the friends and family who were with us this day.”