It’s that time of year again – tans are fading, t-shirts are covered by blazers, and sandals are shelved and switched for closed-toed flats and boots. It’s finally Israeli autumn. And while the Mediterranean climate doesn’t quite allow for multi-colored leaves and chilly weather, Israel’s mild fall still requires us to pack up from the beach and go indoors. With that said, here is our list of some autumn-friendly indoor wedding venues in Israel that will have you charmed.
Kastiel: Lovers of modern design flock to Kastiel for the venue’s unique indoor event space surrounded by an outdoor rock garden. Primarily a furniture showroom, Kastiel gives couples the opportunity to choose their favorite furniture combinations for their event decor, and even the paintings hanging on the walls. Kastiel fits up to 400 guests and offers an urban oasis for those looking for something a little different for their wedding day.
Lauren’s Gallery: While it does boast an outdoor patio for chuppah ceremonies, Lauren’s Gallery’s newly renovated indoor space is what makes the venue truly special with its high arched ceilings, painted tiled floors, and old Jaffa architecture. Couples also enjoy the fun opportunity to parade through the streets of Jaffa with a klezmer band, all organized by the venue.
The 4th Floor: Based in industrial south Tel Aviv, The 4th Floor is a modern designed loft with an urban vibe that gives weddings a sophisticated and stylish background. The venue is fully equipped with in-house catering and and a sound system and is perfect for both small and large events.
Te’enim: Located in the Confederation House in the Yemin Moshe neighborhood of Jerusalem, Te’enim is one of Jerusalem’s longest living vegeterian restaurants. The restaurant can be rented out for smaller events (150 in summer and up to 100 in winter) and is lovely with its mix of modern and old city elements and architecture.
Villa Socca: Villa Socca is a European-styled villa for smaller events located in Israel’s Sharon region. Evening weddings are lit up by twinkling lights against rustic wood and brick walls, as well as small ponds and pergolas.
Modern Jerusalem- Inside the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Modern offers couple’s contempory restaurant event space in an ancient city. The restaurants exceptional food is complimented with a view of the Knesset and the Valley of the Cross.