Natalie Abraham – Dreamcatcher was our wedding planner. Natalie organise the wedding of our friends Lisa and Igor few month before we got engaged. We briefly met Natalie at our friends’ wedding. We loved their wedding – everything was perfect and they highly recommended Natalie. From our first call with her, she completely got our vision, idea, budget and we had absolute confidence that she just got it… she straight away sent us a list of venues which matched our vision for a perfect wedding.

She suggested Achuza Beit Nanan and told us that we will fall in love with the place. She was almost 100% sure we would pick the venue even before we’d even seen it. We couldn’t thank Natalie more, she was truly amazing and I recommend her. She knows the Israeli wedding market, all the vendors she recommended were truly amazing and reliable and she held a great bond with them. Natalie is as cool as a cucumber when planning weddings, however her organisation and bond with the vendors was not only the key to the wedding running smoothly and on time, but also allowing us to enjoy it.
We didn’t really have a colour theme, we originally wanted coral and peach flowers but our designer explained that we couldn’t get that in Israel in September so we had to change to white and light pink. Other than the colour theme, we had three words to describe our wedding: Elegant, Rustic and Romantic.

We gave some direction to Zemel Design for the design, showed some Pinterest board with our vision, material we liked, but we actually didn’t know exactly what it would look like before we got to the venue on the day. As an example, we knew that he would add glass bubbles with flowers hanging from the chuppah and we would have flowers on the poles of the chuppah but we didn’t know exactly what it would look like, we really trusted him for the execution and couldn’t be happier with the result.

Natalie has worked a lot with Zemel, we trusted both of them 200%. Zemel did an amazing job, the venue is already stunning without anything but he really enhance the venue and the chuppah. It was better than what we could have ever dreamt for.

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Smashing the Glass Blog

Article published in 2020

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