Noa and Ori
Meet the Heroes
Behind this extraordinary event are Noa and Uri – a couple who are in fact people of philosophy, with unique interests, based on community values, flow and meaning. Apart from a common philosophical world and a unique and exciting language that the two share, they are engaged in the production of the Midburn Festival, which reflects in essence a lot of the character of the two of them.
Our initial thought was as to how we would convey profound values of philosophy and community in a wedding event. After long conversations into the night, the idea behind the event was deciphered: the meaning of eternity, community, a shared creation that is preserved forever.
Bringing it to Life
When we tried to decipher together with the couple the right pattern for their event, the realization that they wanted it to last forever was formed. This is how the idea of an ongoing artists’ festival was born, something that is created out of nothing by us and the guests, accompanied by a common creation, community and love. We started exploring worlds where a piece is made together, just like at Scout Camp or Midburn Festival, where new products can be made together. We added fantastic, dynamic elements to create a whole-sensory experience that lasts with guests and the couple forever.
Guests entered the event through a giant paintbrush gate, chose a hat from countless options, and wrote blessings on a giant cheque. Artists’ Festival hosted the guests with tons of options to participate in or simply taste the creative experience, in different corners of the space where guests found activities they could take part in: cooking together with a chef, building furniture and lighting fixtures, ropes game, painting fabrics, and even being able to choose the songs to play at the event. And so, guests witnessed how the event was created through community co-creation. To strengthen the sense of creating something out of nothing, we used transformative materials at the event, such as beams turned into a giant table and iron scaffolding that guests could climb, to view a 7-meter-high view. This colorful and creative part was signed with a dance and performance by friends and family, and from there the 400 guests came out in a procession to the ceremony complex, which can be called a Caribbean Pirate Feast. We designed the area in a tropical and surreal style, which meshed with a pirate ship brought by Noa and Uri from Midburn on which the ceremony was held. Because there’s no more surprising of a way to get married.
At the end of the ceremony, the Night Festival was opened between Pirate ship, desserts that were a show by themselves, fairy dust stand and cotton candy served from stairs that reached nowhere. The eternity we created by delivering the products directly to Noa and Uri’s home, and at 06:00 a.m. a taxi picked up Noa and Uri to the airport to continue their journey. And so, in the messy organized festival they were able to realize their extraordinary vision to create an event that is all eternity, community and spirit.
Thats what they said
“A studio for producing memorable weddings. The weddings we create are faithful solely to the way of life of my son, BEBKE we The pair and reflect it perfectly. We do not let any other factor confuse us, we do not succumb to trends or constraints and no Give up until the wedding is just the way the couple wants it to be, in every aspect. We grant mental and creative freedom"
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