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Lavender and Olive- behind the scenes

As the 2011 spring-summer season begins, I feel I need to sum up 2010 – which ended with a gem of a wedding @ the Mamila hotel in Jerusalem! (A couple of months back I wrote a post about the … Continue reading

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Casually Elegant – An Artistic Eclectic Judean Hills Wedding

Following my previous post in which I gave you a taste of the fusion of artistic elements with wedding traditions, it’s time to “talk” about how the desire for ‘something truly different’; something artistic, rustic, – not your traditional “white … Continue reading

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How to add an artistic personal touch to your wedding… and the beautiful results

The fall of 2010, began with a very special event I designed for a very special family who live in Baka Jerusalem. Their eldest daughter, Ariel, chose to get married in a garden surrounded by olive and pine trees on a Kibbutz located in the Judean Hills, just off the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv highway. Continue reading

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Wedding giveaway tutorial – Olive oil bottles and clay name tags

Last week I designed a wedding for a very special couple whose taste and sense of aesthetic where the inspiration for these special place cards/ giveaways we made in my studio. As the design concept was based on natural elements … Continue reading

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1970′s theme 40th Birthday Party for Lady A

Today I would like to share with you one of my most favorite creations! At the peak of last summer’s season, I had the pleasure of planning and designing an amazing ‘Surprise’ Birthday party for a dear friend of mine, … Continue reading

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Fairies have parties too!

An old colleague, friend, and current collaborator of mine Efrat Kuller Melamed (ck out her amazing blog), partnered up to create a magical ‘Fairy Forest Garden Party’ for my well-deserved 7 year old niece Yahli. Continue reading

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Handmade designed jewelry – yellowgoat

I always had a great liking for those who follow their (he)art, stay true to an inner burning flame and pursuit it with passion and goal-oriented determination. This is what Petula AKA Yellowgoat is doing. Born in China and raised … Continue reading

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My Favorite Black Book

A Twist of Lemon inspired event. A white beach wedding with touches of yellow… Continue reading

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