Today on the blog we are featuring the wedding of urban couple Zohar and Efrat. The two live and breathe Tel Aviv, and their wedding stayed true to their love for city vibes and good food.
Zohar and Efrat met seven years ago in the elevator of an advertising agency. Efrat was munching on a Krembo ( a local Israeli winter treat we love) and Zohar, who hates Krembo, felt that he needed to share his disgust from the treat with her. A dialogue around it sparked a connection that led to a beautiful urban wedding.
The proposal happend during a trip to New York, in a small dark side street. As an ode to the proposal, the two decided to have their Chuppa in the middle of the street right outside their wedding venue, Avigdor.
Since Zohar and Efrat both love good food and often invite friends over for a home cooked meal hot off the pan, Tel Aviv’s Avigdor venue was a natural choice for them. The urban compound features an open kitchen and a well-known chef who is in charge of helming creative dishes.
Their Friday afternoon wedding began at 4pm with a reception and meal, moved on to the Chuppa ceremony and continued into a dance party that went on until 1am. Photographer Sharon Kahana captured the great moment’s of Zohar and Efrat’s big day, and now we are excited to share them with you.