We don’t know why, but synagogue weddings have become quite rare in Israel. That is why when we stumbled upon the beautiful wedding pictures from Shiran & Ran’s wedding at Ohel Moed Synagogue in Tel Aviv, we just had to share them with you.
Shiran and Ran live in Caesarea, and celebrated their five year anniversary several weeks ago on their wedding day. They both share a passion for things with historical significance, and Shiran has a beautiful vintage boutique studio that she runs from their Caesarea home called “amour vintage.” After getting engaged, they knew they would want their location to be meaningful to them, and that is why Tel Aviv’s Ohel Moed Synagogue was chosen (the synagogue is 100 years old).
On their wedding day, Shiran wore two different vintage dresses and looked absolutely stunning. The event began with a reception in the Synagogues outdoor grassy area and then moved inside for a very beautiful Chuppa ceremony. Guests where then invited to a dining area and later continued to a lounge style space to dance the night away.
Shiran tells us that she and Ran were looking for a “timeless event”, one that would transcend trends and would be an authentic celebration of love. We think they got it. Mazal tov and thank you guys for the beautiful inspiration.