Meet the Heroes
If we had to define Noa and Lotan in a few words, it would be gentleness, modesty and a lot of “familyhood”. When the two decided to get married, they knew that the same sense of homeliness, roots and tradition that characterizes them would be present in their wedding. Noa chose to establish her life here far from her parents who live in Canada. They told us about the magic moments on the balcony in Jerusalem during the well-known magic hours, listening to nostalgic radio tunes and sipping coffee, and how student life in Jerusalem had been a fulfilling experience. It was important to bring all this stuff into the wedding.
Familyhood and a homely atmosphere, with a hint of Cochin and superior hospitality, which was to take place in a house built on the foundations of the old house of the grandparents in the Moshav. In a challenge to decipher and specify how to host a Friday afternoon wedding, in a magical, family-oriented, personal atmosphere, keeping simplicity but to a high standard and with joy.
Bringing it to Life
We delved into refining the essence of the home-loving and magical moments of an Israeli Friday evening. And we tried to figure out what makes Friday’s magic moments at dusk, like a family Friday dinner.
In order to be more precise, we went further into the Cochin culture, where we met an amazing community, exciting flavors and an amazing energy. Noa’s great love of flowers, lemons, and the color yellow was perfect here, as we knew that the two elements would blend in the design and help create a beautiful family yard atmosphere with a mix of proper music, light and dairy food, and lots of flowers around and that together they would bring charm into this homely hospitality experience.
The guests were invited to a family celebration in the moshav in the afternoon. Colourful spring flowers, floral branding and beautiful natural green space had all been combined on the house’s manicured lawn with nostalgic music and fresh flavors in a magical, cheerful, and intimate family gathering.
Before nightfall, a rabbi conducted the Chupa ceremony, and elements of the Cochin culture adorned the Chupa with traditional flower chains made by Noa’s aunts and a decorated Chupa cloth that came all the way from Cochin.
Upon completion of the canopy, the guests were surrounded by a Friday evening atmosphere as they sat under fruit trees near long tables covered with white cotton tablecloths, decorated with colourful flowers, candles and challahs. The meal was accompanied by Shabbat songs
and opened with a community Kiddush ceremony accompanied by singing and guitar playing by Eviatar, Noa’s cousin. At the family style dinner the food was served to tables from an open kitchen, and cooked in front of the guests. And the guests experienced a shared authentic meal in a holiday atmosphere. The end of the dinner was spent by guests in a pampering Italian style cafe complex and in a lively party with surprising Just Dance style activities that brought everybody to life. This is how a traditional and magical wedding was planned for this family, and it can be summed up in three words: It was magical!
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