The summer evenings in Ein Hod are truly special. As the sun slowly sets in the northern sky and a slow, warm breeze gently caresses the trees of Mt. Carmel, a pleasant feeling seeps into the soul and relaxed the spirit.
So when prominent businessman Adi Keizman and international model Esti Ginzburg searched for a private, intimate and authentic location for their wedding, it was only natural that we select Ein Hod as the winning candidate.
The wedding date was set for a magical summer Friday afternoon. For the wedding's location, we chose an incredibly romantic Ein Hod garden that answered both the couple's visual beauty and privacy requirements. The garden was better than perfect, due to its gorgeous interior and stunning scenery. To enhance the garden’s natural look & feel, platform levels were constructed and covered with natural elements that corresponded beautifully with existing garden nature.
The wedding’s private location was kept secret until the very last minute, even from the guests, who received an exact address and directions on the day of the event.
The wedding’s romantic décor included unique furniture, candles encompassed by crystals and flowers in shades of white and pink. Additional flowers were flown in from overseas, to provide an extra special ambiance.
The 250 guests included distinguished figures from Israel’s entertainment industry, who enjoyed food prepared by Paul Assenheim and Toto's Yaron Shalev, two of Israel's leading chefs. Assenheim and Shalev's back-to-back open kitchen staff conjured up a myriad of unforgettable culinary wonders.
From a music standpoint, the wedding hit an extremely high note. The couple selected their favorite dance floor tracks, which were complemented by live performances by Avraham Tal, Daniel Salomon and TYP, Ivri Lider and Johnny Goldstein’s two-man band, who rose to the occasion and gave quite a show.
As expected, the true show stealer was the wedding ceremony, with the Friday evening sunset serving as backdrop. As the couple was wed under the chuppah, the sun gently rolled down the Ein Hod sky and dipped into the Mediterranean Sea, and everything was just right.