The event begins with a cocktail reception on the rooftop of Bait al Hayam
, which overlooks the sea.
The cocktail reception features a fresh palette of brilliant white and turquoise.
Rows of bright pillows add impact.
The reception overlooks the sea.
The reception provides a variety of seating options.
A view of the lounge seating.
A closer view of the lounge seating.
Lanterns provide accents on highboys.
Masses of white floral decorate the reception space.
A guest grabs a drink at the reception before the main event begins ...
For the main event, held downstairs, KBY Designs creates a traditional Moroccan setting, but switches the color palette from the expected red, green and blue to what company principal Koby Bar Yehuda describes as a "more feminine" and "sexy" color scheme keying on an Indian palette of fuchsia, gold, purple and pinks.
A wrought iron lounge. Palm trees and bougainvillea are used to create intimate corners for guests to relax.
An array of vivid centerpieces.
Moroccan tea glasses serve as votives.
Metal pieces add punch to floral arrangements.
Forged furniture adds a lacy yet graphic element.
Brilliantly colored glass balls add impact.
The bar design remains simple.
Near the dance floor is a dramatic canopy with two gold chairs, where the traditional henna ceremony took place.
A closer view of the chairs ...
The dance floor; Shablul DJ Gil Fux provided entertainment.
The magic of lighting by Imagine Light Design.