Stacy opted for simple elegance, with long-stemmed white cala lilles taking center stage in the florals. The green and white colour scheme was complimented by tones of mahogany. River stones served as seating cards, adding a natural touch that elegantly simple yet chic.
The couple was married under a chuppah featuring a lace tablecloth that held a special place in the family’s hearts. At the beginning of the ceremony, Ari’s father explained the significance of it – Ari’s grandfather had been hidden from the Nazi’s during WWII by a kind family. Decades later, Ari’s father met with the brave family and one of the ladies, who had been a young girl at the time, gave him this tablecloth she’d made. The selfless act of that family the 1940’s ensured that Ari was here with the rest of his family, in 2014, to celebrate.
And what a celebration it was! Ari is a chef so guests dined on a meal that was a true feast of fresh, local ingredients before heading down to the ballroom to get their groove on.
Huge thanks to A Brit & A Blonde for the fab photos and mazel tov to Ari and Stacy! Wishing you every happiness always.