A exterior view of the landmark King David
hotel in Jerusalem, site of the wedding.
Before the ceremony, cocktails are served on the hotel terrace, overlooking the old city.
The ceremony takes place on the hotel terrace beneath a chuppah covered with hydrangeas, roses and peonies.
A view of the chuppah's legs.
The chuppah is topped by a tallit, or prayer shawl, sewn to the event team's precise specifications.
A long view of the ceremony site.
Following the ceremony, guests are invited to a cocktail party in a garden area created by the event team.
The event team laid a platform on the hotel lawn, which was then topped with white-washed wood parquet flooring. White iron arches, accented with bougainvillea, help define the space.
Catering was handled by the King David with assistance from food consultant Ronit Bronfman.
Big cast iron urns brim with flowers at the cocktail reception.
A closer view of the urns.
Floral treatment of the arches.
A long view of the arches.
After an hour of cocktails, the 150 guests move to a hotel ballroom, which features a mix of table shapes and decor treatments.
A view down the dining room.
Both tall and low floral treatments grace tables.
Tables in the center of the room feature tall lamps.
Dining room floral is a mix of white peonies, hydrangeas and roses.
A rich array of floral on one table.
A sculptural treatment of roses.
All-white floral makes a dramatic statement.
The striking array of lamps and floral pieces.
A table number in a silver frame.
After the three-course dinner, doors open to reveal a rococo-style "nightclub" in navy blue and white. Logistics Event Rentals provided rentals.
The light show keeps the mood pulsing.
Outsize lounge furniture at the "nightclub" provides a sharp contrast to the Old World elegance of the dining room.
Two big mirrors and an oversize vase filled with Black Magic roses pop against the blue and white color scheme.
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