Gifts for the groomsmen.
The beautiful flower-covered chuppah is set against the water and forest.
A closer look at the chuppah flowers: red roses dotted with lilac hydrangeas and orchids, accompanied by hanging glass balls with candles.
Each place setting features lilac phalaenopsis leaves within an acrylic box; napkins are tied with burgundy ribbon.
Each guest seated on the main table received a personalized acrylic box under the plate.
A massive hydraulic crane held the entire lighting construction truss of the evening.
"We provided the client with a cable-free wedding," the Danny Marx team says.
The main table was custom built with a catwalk in the middle leading to the chuppah. The bride and groom made their way to the chuppah with the guests seated on each side of the catwalk.
Crystal chandeliers with oil lamps complement the abundant floral arrangements, which are arranged in different heights.
The S-shaped table is covered with black silk fabric and golden fringes.
The guests enjoyed a served three-course meal by Mazal Talle catering company.
Each floral arrangement was meticulously handled by a team of high-end florists.
The family table is separate from the main table but close by.
Golden chargers complement the black table and burgundy orchids.
Black Venetian chairs with an oval backs are placed along the table, which is set on a gray carpet especially installed on the venue’s surface.
Back views of the chuppah, lake and fairy lights on the bridge.
One table was used to seat most of the 200 guests, primarily from overseas, to create a feeling of togetherness, Marx says.
The middle part of the S-shaped table was the dance floor with the couple’s initials, in the spirit of the "Great Gatsby: theme.
"The custom-made table/catwalk was what instigated the premise of this entire wedding," Marx says.
"The idea was to seat all the guests from the moment they entered the amphitheater at Ronit Farm to watch the chuppah ceremony and continue to the served dinner."
Peripheral arched custom-made high tables are placed on either side of the S-shaped table, acting as barriers within the amphitheater.
Tall lamps by Beam Design serve both as additional lighting and decor.
Religious simcha makers were brought in to celebrate the breaking of the glass segment. Guests waved large Israel flags and danced the hora.
Fireworks alongside the Ibiza-style DJ booth signaled to all the guests the beginning of the dance party.
A dramatic LED wash covered the amphitheater's stairs.
DJ Uri Bronfman, from Shablul DJs, had his own booth with special club lights.
The S-shaped table was illuminated by an S-shaped truss directly above it, which was held by a larger truss covered in black fabric.
The lighting design was entrusted to the Cochavi and Klein team
The LED field kept changing lights and patterns throughout the night, with the DJ booth acting as its center point.
A long shot of special effects and lighting that created a club-like, Ibiza feel.
The view from the table.
Guests felt free to dance the night away from every part of the amphitheater, Marx says.
Overview of the amphitheater.
Black was the dominant color of the night, with various shades of lilac adding contrast to the black tables and vases.
CO2 canisters add to the club vibe.
For a couple from South Africa, Danny Marx Event Planning & Productions creates a stunning wedding on a lake in Israel.
Photos by Eyal Gaziel (wedding) and Eran Beeri (production)
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