Get ready to be blown away by the absolutely jawdroppingly gorgeous Jewish wedding of Tal, an entrepreneur, and Daniel, a lawyer. This wedding is SO stunningly elegant, so perfectly planned down to the last detail, that you’d never guess it was anything other than the couple’s original plan.
But in fact, Tal and Daniel scaled their 200-person New York wedding down to 75 and changed the location to Miami with just two months’ notice, due to Tal’s father’s health. Luckily, they were still able to secure two positively swoonworthy venues: Vizcaya Museum and Gardens for their ceremony and Villa Woodbine for the reception. We could not be any more in love with the incredible photos from Shai Ashkenazi and, focusing on lighting and scenery, Munoz Photography.
We’re also crazy about Tal and Daniel’s exquisite ketubah by Smashing The Glass Recommended Vendor Noa Attias. As always, Noa was a breeze to work with, and, to use Tal’s words, the finished product is truly a masterpiece.
Before we turn you over to the bride, we’ve also got to mention her STUNNING Millanova gown. When Tal’s best friend first saw her in it, she said, “Forget looking like a princess in your dress, you look like a Queen.” And we couldn’t agree more.
How we Met
Tal, the bride: We met in high school but did not interact much since we were in different grades. Many years later, I was looking for legal help at my office and my husband was just starting out in the legal field. He began assisting in my office just before the Covid-19 lockdown began. Once the lockdown started and people stopped hosting Shabbat meals, we began spending Shabbats together in the city along with my cousin. The rest was history.