Meet the Heroes
Lauren and Daniel came straight to us from South Africa, where they met at their crossfit group. The two visited Israel many times and were captivated by the local charm; the food, music, the warmth and the unique energy. The cultural encounters captivated them that much (and in particular, Lauren), that it was clear to them that the wedding would be held here, in Israel. And this is where our shared adventure began.
The inspiration for the event came out of a thought and challenge of how to create a wedding focused on who they are, adventurers full of joy. In search of what was special to them, Lauren told us about a movie she particularly loved: The Greatest Showman, which solved the mystery: producing a wedding to commemorate the film’s spirit and taking the guests on a journey of fantasy, imagination, adventure and creativity.
Bringing it to Life
To create an authentic experience of a period circus we explored details of clothing, we visited fashion productions, we attended old fairs and that’s how we got to the little nuances that make up the 19th century circus world. Through the authentic elements, we created a powerful, emotional and dramatic reality version of that movie’s world, with a mix of details related to the couple like their dogs, surprise gifts and more.
And what’s more Israeli than a rugged Jaffa location in a Jaffa gallery. The wedding opened with a joyful and colorful procession led by Daniel’s friends on the bustling street accompanied by musicians and acrobats all the way to the Chupa, with the rabbi wearing a velvet jacket and a top hat, marrying Lauren and Daniel at a joyful ceremony with all the guests around them.
Upon finishing at the Chupa, guests entered through gates to the sound of the film and in a specially constructed ticket stand were given an entrance ticket to the fair. The place was decorated as though it was a circus, full of drama and humor, the crew members wore striped shirts and makeup of stars, acrobats roamed the place and performed stunts in front of guests, striped fabrics hung on the walls, and atmospheric lighting illuminated the space. The humorous atmosphere also featured at the culinary sector, with popcorn, cocktails and cotton candy served to guests alongside food stands branded with names like Hudini fish tank. This is how we created a Circus Happening – produced entirely for Lauren and Daniel, a creative, boundless, family-oriented and definitely unconventional celebration. Or as they say, we made a circus out of that place 🙂
Thats what they said
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