And of course I will start with the gorgeous bride (who I happen to be friends with)! The preparation took place at the David Intercontinental Hotel.
The precursor to the first look!! Of course there were some pics in between, but I’m going to throw the order around a little bit.
And here is Zeev before he saw his bride.
Excited about the crop of this one : )
The day was one of the hottest, steamiest days I’ve ever experienced in my life – in any country. So we took a cab and literally jumped out for a few minutes in a few locations. Here is some photography right around Neve Tsedek.
Here is a group of retired French tourists in Susan Dalal center in Neve Tsedek, who put on quite a show for the bride and groom.
Susan Dalal center.
The wedding (chuppah and dinner) was help at Beit Andromeda in Yaffo.
Inside the Beit Andromeda wedding hall.
Tamara taking a few moments before the Ketubah signing.
The two fathers – I happen to be a big fan of this pic.
And here is the Ketubah signing. This was done on the first floor and no guests (except the fathers) were allowed.
The chuppah was on the roof. I went up about 5 minutes before because I needed to let my lenses defog.
Looking at his bride.
Tamara shining before Zeev puts on the ring.
Rabbi Ariel told them to put the ketubbah in their glove compartment : ) Is it large enough, Tamara?
One of my favorite pics from the wedding. It’s Tamara’s mom, who I met briefly before the wedding (and who is an amazing and interesting person) and who I know has been waiting for this day. Like really really waiting.
Hugging the little brother… and showing off a pic from a while back.
Outside on the couches of Beit Andromeda.
Tamara’s parents steal a kiss while dancing.