We love Shavuot, not only because of its rustic appeal, but also because wearing white is always a plus not to mention the delicious cheeses. What better way to celebrate this great holiday than with a gorgeous rustic Shavuot wedding like the one we have today?
There we so many beautiful things about Hadar & Oren’s wedding (which took place last Friday at Maale Hahamisha) that we decided to dedicate two posts to it, one just on the design and the other featuring the bride and groom. So today we welcome you to part one: an inspirational design post featuring the talented Moran Carmeli who put together the design this rustic Shavuot wedding.
As fit for a rustic wedding, yellow was a dominant color in the decor and stacks of hay and barley were also abundant. Beautiful wildflowers in jars were served as the main centerpieces and set aside personalized doilies with the couples names and wedding date. Old books were used to add a bit of a vintage feel to the tables, and paper lanterns were hung from trees to complement the beautiful setting.
To top it all off, guests were welcomed with place cards attached to barley bouquets and were also offered a glass of freshly squeezed lemonade. Yum! We also loved the super sweet desert table, which was also designed by Moran and had sweets from Tout Sweet Delectable Desserts.
Stay tuned for the second part of this gorgeous wedding, and in the meantime dive into these photographs taken by Dan Miller. Mazal tov Hadar and Oren, can’t wait for the second part of your wedding post!