Today we are happy to post about Dikla and Elad’s happy wedding at Habeer Shel Saba. Dikla tells us that her dream was to have a small backyard wedding at her parent’s house, but since Elad wanted a big wedding they found a way to combine the two, choosing Habeer Shel Saba (Saba’s Well) as their “backyard” for the day. Since Habeer Shel Saba is one of the more expensive venues in Israel, they choose to get married in mid-February to avoid the high prices of the summer wedding season. Dikla tells us that the most important part for her in planning the wedding was to choose vendors who have a true love and passion for their profession, and that made all the difference to her and was the secret to the success of her wedding and her peace of mind during the planning process. Dikla especially connected with her bridal gown designer, Tali Handel, who’s Neve Tzedek studio was “my sanctuary during the planning process”.