How do you put together a wedding ceremony for a bride and groom who are both architects and talented photographers?
Answer: you create a concept that is an exhibition inside a wedding.
Nothing is conventional with Adi and Dan.
Beyond producing the wedding ceremony, we wanted the guests to get to genuinely know a bit more about the couple’s other sides. So what we did is we turned the entrance of the venue into a vibrant gallery that featured their marvelous photos. We curated ten of their best photos and turned the festive event into a landmark in their lives.
Adi delicately stepped into the Kastiel event garden wearing a white wedding gown by Viktor and Rolf. We placed a long wooden table at the entrance hall that added a lot of chic and elegance to the space. At the end of the evening it turned into a ravishing dessert table with a lovely wedding cake.
After the visit at the exhibition, the guests enjoyed some cocktails followed by dinner in the alternative seating arrangements. The canopy was held in the street and was accompanied by video art that was screened on the walls of the adjacent flour mill. Finally, the couple surprised their guests with an electric performance by Static and Ben El.
Oscar Wilde said once: “Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken” and so we adopted it to mean that every event should represent the client in the best way possible. We live in a world of brands but there’s nothing like an event to show your unique story to your guests. The photograph exhibition combined with the quality dishes and video art right above the canopy tells the special story of Dan and Adi.
A few weeks after the event, an article was published about the wedding in a London Magazine “Smashing the Glass”. You are invited to read all about it and catch a glimpse of additional details.
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