Tali and Liran’s Israeli wedding was nothing short of stunning. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the couple were able to plan their dream wedding in Tel Aviv. From the boho pampas grass to the seaside setting, their big day was the definition of wedding goals. Keep reading to learn more about Tali and Liran’s special celebration.
About the Couple
Tali and Liran first laid eyes on each other at work. Liran was Tali’s manager and spent a long time courting her. Tali eventually realized that Liran was the one for her and the rest is history! Before she knew it, Liran surprised Tali with an intimate proposal at a private restaurant and they became engaged.
The Dream Dress by Arava Polak
When it came time to plan the wedding, the first order of business for Tali was finding her dream wedding dress. Tali said that it was love, at first sight, the minute she stepped foot in Arava’s shop. All of the gowns were so unique and beautiful, so Tali had no doubt in her mind that she would find her dream dress here. The gown she chose was everything she had wanted: delicate, boho, modern, and romantic all at once. It was also very comfortable and light so she knew she would be able to dance the night away while wearing it. The A-line wedding dress by Israeli designer Arava Polak featured spaghetti straps, a sweetheart neckline, an ornate lace overlay, and our favourite part, a feminine bow on the back. Overall, Tali loved working with Arava during the process and felt as beautiful as ever in her gown.
The venue is so romantic, white and clear, designed in a delicate romantic way. The canopy was magical during the sunset with a full sea view.”
Boho Chic Theme
The theme of Tali and Liran’s wedding was “romantic and boho.” They opted to fill their venue, the stunning Bait al Hayam (or “House on the Sea” in English), with pampas grass to create a whimsical, ethereal aesthetic. For the ceremony, an all-white canopy was set up and flanked with two towering arrangements of pampas grass and pink roses. Behind the canopy was the sea and Tel Aviv skyline. It was pure magic.
For the reception, guests made their way indoors, where more romantic bohemian decor awaited them. Wooden tables were surrounded by white chairs and topped with a mix of long green grasses and muted pink flowers.
I was a bit nervous because of the situation with the coronavirus but found a way not to give it too much thought.”
Advice to Future Brides-to-Be
Bride Tali recommends being easy-going and laid back. The day is going to fly by so try and enjoy the whole process as much as possible.
Tali and Liran’s gorgeous wedding is clear proof that it is possible to still have your dream wedding even during COVID-19. With precautions in place and a smaller, more intimate guest count, this beautiful couple was able to have the celebration of a lifetime.
Special thanks to:
Venue: Bait al Hayam
Gown: Arava Polak Bridal
Hair: Almog Cohen
Makeup: Elinor Barash
Event Styling /Flowers: Studio Galita
Photography: Shai Ashkenzi
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