SO excited to share today’s wedding with you, a Yom Hatzmaot (Israeli Independence Day) Wedding designed by Natalie Mann Event Studio, and as usual, Natalie never ceases to amaze! The wedding took place at Havat Ronit, and since it fell on Israel’s Independence Day, the holiday was used as an overall theme in the decor with the creation of one big Yom Hatzmaot Picnic.
Referred to by Natalie as “Israel Chic” the family affair was full of splashes of blues, lavendar, and white with cutton and burlap accents creating a rustic ambiance. The chuppah took place on a grass field with a special parochet, and the aisles shined with colorful bouquets tied to white chairs. Table Centerpieces were baskets of hydrangeas, flowers in empty tin cans, real branches of cotton, and boxes of herbs with extra little details like containers for forks and knives for guests to help themselves. Picnic baskets were also scattered around with flowers, barrels of hay, and collections of daises in large milk jugs. Adults sat at long rectangular tables and picnic tables with special checkered table cloths were rented for the kiddies.
Love the idea of a holiday themed wedding? Check out this white honey & wheat shavout wedding also by Natalie Mann Event studio.
Photos are courtesey of Eli Bohbot and Udi Goren.