From the moment I had met Gisel, her friendly and kind disposition was evident. It was also clear that she loved the color purple. Once she and Isaac announced their engagement, we all knew what was in store for the wedding decor.
On June 1st, Isaac and Gisel joined together under a beautiful Chuppah that had been used by generations past. Excited as we were, the first indication of the wonderful couple's theme was in the complimentary Kippah's (otherwise known as Yamakas) that were handed out. After the traditional ceremony, we were welcomed into a cocktail hour where they served the drink of the night, a fushia pomigranite martini.
Walking into the reception space, guests were flooded with purple hues coming from lighting, floral arrangements, and, most importantly, the items we were proud to have made for the event. Signs that hung on the chairs of the newly married couple made sure to let guests know where they would be seated.
Having used the photos from their engagement shoot and enhancing them, we created table numbers to not only show the love between the couple, but also their spunky and fun personalities.
We wish nothing but the best for Isaac and Gisel as they start this new chapter in their lives. I'll end this blog post by congratulating them in the most appropriate way possible.... MOZEL TOV!!!