The incredible setting is a canyon in the Israeli desert near the ancient fortification Masada.
It took the team 10 days to build the "village," which was installed on 15,000 square feet of scaffold staging. Irgunei Bamot oversaw the staging and scaffolding.
An overview. Logistic Events created the wooden pergolas, railings and other structures.
Three 24-foot towers house video projectors, which will be used later to stream projections on the mountains.
The dazzling entrance.
Zebra helped create the various event areas, including the counters and main entrance with the pool.
A dining area.
Rustic floral. The event features a muted color palette inspired by the desert setting.
A rustic centerpiece mixes floral with pottery.
Seating in the shade.
A decor detail ...
... and another.
An interesting mix of textures.
A longer view.
As night begins to fall, lighting--handled by Eran Klein--takes center stage.
More beautiful lighting ...
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Three famous chefs from leading restaurants in Israel join with catering company Mazel Tale to create three fully equipped open-air kitchen counters, from which guests can select food or have it served at their tables.
An attentive server. The featured restaurants were Hashulchan, Header Ocher, Machne Yehuda, and Diana.
Entertainment explodes, with video mapping on the mountains, a 25-piece band, a famous Israeli singer, and live fire and drum acrobats on the mountainsides. Asaf Almog served as entertainment director and producer.
Examples of the video mapping, created by Insight.
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For a video of the event and entertainment, click here.
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For a color-drenched b'nai mitzvah from KBY, click here.
Inspired by the route taken by historic spice and incense traders, KBY Designs and team build a dreamy city in the desert for an unforgettable bar mitzvah for 600 guests. Photos by Ran Bergman.