Meet the Heroes
Noa and Yoav are the ultimate encounter between the urban and the moshav, as she comes from the city, and he is from the village. The mix between the two worlds is very present in their lives, as they are connected on the one hand to the local essence of the Moshav, but love Tel Aviv very much, the good-time and the restaurants in it on the other. They like to enjoy the good life: enjoy skiing and sailing trips, restaurants and good food, alongside family coziness full of laughter.
Meetings with Noa and Yoav were fun, full of stories about travel experiences and love of good food. We talked a lot about the dynamic and interesting life in Tel Aviv, when we don’t know where the evening will start and where it will end. From the conversations we slowly embroidered the presence of the Tel Avivian urban charm, which accompanies their lives into the wedding, combined with the theme of the Moshav, which accompanies them every step of the way.
Bringing it to Life
The rhythmic and varied Tel Aviv escorted us in our thinking. We wanted to illustrate the atmosphere of wandering, museums, restaurants, boutique hotels, bars, the possibility to walk between the streets and start in the bourgeois north and finish late at night in the industrial south.
When we started exploring the grounds of the house where the wedding will be held, we discovered an elegant lawn that connects to the plantations, and from there, a passage to the junk yard with all kind of items. From here, the inspiration for the event’s theme arrived: rolling down in decline. Go from one experience to another, that blends with the transition from day to night, that begins with an all-fine elegance and gradually continues to a rugged urban good-time.
The event opened to the elegant part – a cocktail event on a green lawn, accompanied by fresh food, cocktails, pleasant music and fancy furniture, ending up in perfect romance with a song that Noa sang to Yoav by surprise.
Guests strolled down to the Chupa full of bougainvillea under large pecan trees.
At the end of the Chupa, guests entered a light urban space that looks like a meal at the Sarona food market, light and high quality. The culinary style was Italian, meeting Mediterranean, fine and high quality, guests sat around the bars and watched the chefs cook in front of them. We designed the food court in shades of black, white, and yellow, square shapes inspired by the painter Mondrian, and yellow wooden structures positioned above each bar with the marking of houses.
Upon completion of the meal, guests proceeded to a festival in the garage, which resembled the atmosphere of a night carnival in the garage area of Tel Aviv. Enclosed in graffiti-designed caravans, D.J. standing on a vehicle, graffiti wall, large caravans serving pizzas, quality sausages and coffee, colorful lighting, and colorful tin and wood furniture. In a party that went deep into the night, this was how the ultimate Tel-Avivian good-time experience of moving from point to point was signed, which was actually Noa and Yoav’s vision.
Thats what they said
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