Alyn and Josh were introduced by mutual friends and fell in love rather quickly.
Alyn came to me and said that she had a flat piece of grass on a large property and we had less then 45 days to plan her wedding and she quickly needed my help. It was important to the couple to not only create a beautifully designed wedding, but to create an amazing experience for their guests. It was also important to her that her Syrian Jewish culture was included in the ceremony as well as her soon to be husband’s Ashkenazi Jewish culture was incorporated as well. They made the decision as a couple to use both Rabbis rather than just choosing one. The bride also really wanted a chuppah that was a wow factor, something you don’t see everyday, also the ceremony was held in the same tent as the reception so guests could watch from their seats at a socially distanced style of seating, which became a challenge at 200 guests. She chose to have it suspended from the ceiling of the tent, hanging just five feet over the dance floor to really wow her guests when they enter the space. With Covid numbers still skyrocketing, they wanted to make their guests safety a priority but also with a fun creative edge.To keep with the theme of the event the bride and groom chose to stay covid safe and get their initials customized on each mask to match the monogram on the dance floor with their initials.