Meet the Heroes
Laura came from the United States to Israel to work and travel, and met Elad. The two fell in love and found out they were quite the pair of adventurers. Their shared love of travel, and a well-developed sense of adventure led them to authentic places in the magical and lesser-known corners of the world, as they enjoy places of cultural richness which offer local and interesting dining experiences. Laura and Elad’s relationship, American and Israeli, presents the connection that bridges different cultures and creates a new and unique world.
The integration of Laura and Elad’s globalism and cultures is an integral part of them, and it was clear that it would be included in one form or another in their event. We tried to locate a point where nationalities meet and cultures merge so that a new and unique product was born. One that, at the same time, will represent the great love of Laura and Elad for travel in the United States and so the pin was placed in New Orleans, within which lies the adventurous charm and combination of cultures that is so unique to the place and embodies the essence of Laura and Elad’s relationship.
Bringing it to Life
We started investigating, in order to get to know the special magic of New Orleans. The city that combines different and diverse nationalities, old with new, different cultures that make it such a special place. Creole food, voodoo and Mardi Gras, houses called Old Ladies, Terraces and Southern Culture, unparalleled music and, together, inexplicable magic, just like Laura and Elad, coming from different worlds and creating something new together, this is how the New Orleans theme for their wedding developed.
The chosen location was a villa we located, with a natural and winding garden, into which we poured New Orleans. In the Villa complex, we built a world that simulates a brief visit into the city, as we set up various complexes that represent New Orleans at its best.
Guests walked into the reception area for an experience of being welcomed at a Southern woman’s home, with lots of roses, antique furniture, and large pictures of Laura and Elad’s parents’ and grandparents’ weddings. The welcoming proceeded to the Chupa, which incorporated the American aspect of the Chupa in a full sitting, and bridesmaids who accompanied the bride, alongside the Israeli aspect, when a traditional Chupa was chosen to complement the local charm.
After the Chupa, guests moved into food courts, organized in mini complexes that were reminiscent of life in New Orleans, hanging out in an old-fashioned living room with old antique wooden furniture, old sideboards, and embroidered pictures that read “Home is where the heart is”. A French terrace with rocking chairs and a Southern style pink lemonade, and at the backyard complex, which is at the rear of the house, the famous Moon Shine complex, an alcoholic cider tap was built on a plank wall. We set up an authentic BBQ with grilled foods alongside a mix of New Orleans okra and tomatoes. And on a balcony overlooking everyone, a blues band played that added another layer of sound to the magic. And so, full of mystical charm and pleasure that so matched the essence of Laura and Elad, there is no doubt it was an evening full of spicy New Orleans joy of life.
Thats what they said
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