This is the story of Jessica + Amir & their traditional Jewish backyard garden wedding in Los Angeles. She prepared for the day in her childhood home. The refrigerator bursting with flowers that her & her mom placed together perfectly for her bouquet.
Intricate fans and blessings from the bride for the ladies, whisky and Kippots for the men, all of their loved ones gathered before the ceremony.
Singing and dancing filled the air as Amir was led to veil his bride, his arms linked with his fathers’.
During the ceremony, her eyes on him as she circled seven times, marking that he will now be her home. And together the stepped under the Chuppah, soul mates together again. Flower seeds, pale pinks, & bird cages scattered throughout.
Shadows dance across the tables from the afternoon light shimmering through the trees. Laughter, cheers, and joy filled the air. Ready to start their new life in California side by side. And they celebrated the night away under twinkling lights as their guests entertained with backflips, pushups, and juggling.
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// all images taken by The Shalom Imaginative, Los Angeles Wedding photographer. Traditional Jewish wedding photographs. California wedding photographer. Photographs of Jewish wedding traditions.
Wedding coordinator: Diana Phillipi // Bridal gown: Maggie Sottero // Veil: alexbridal on Etsy // Flowers: LA Flower Market – arranged by bride & her mom. // Engagement ring: made by bride’s uncle, Richard Goldfarb // Grooms suit: Penguin // Grooms Shoes: Aldo // Tie: J.Crew Ceremony venue: Backyard of neighbors and long-time friends of bride, the Butchers. // Reception venue: backyard of Bride’s childhood home // Catering: Blacktie Catering // Reception stylist, decorations, & Details: Bride & her mom. // Stationery designer: papernpeonies on Etsy // Hair and Make up: Jackie Su Artistry // Music: Keith from Extreme DJ // Rabbi: Rabbi Ettedguie & Rabbi Moscowitz