{ inbal + roy | palm beach wedding | four seasons }

Inbal + Roy had the most stunning wedding at The Four Seasons, Palm Beach.

One of my favorite details was this tiffany colored cube with assorted sayings on each side. The little customized blue box {a great esty.com find} made a great prop for showcasing the rings created by Sziro.

Earlier in the day, the bride prepped in her Four Seasons suite.

Inbal’s custom etsty.com hanger was super cute.

The white satin Louboutin’s were to-die-for, with their “something blue” insoles, and signature red bottoms.

The bridal bouquet, created by Dalsimer, was artfully wrapped in silk, and featured this heirloom heart locket.

The orchid and rose bouquet had a pop of pink.

Prior to dressing, Inbal and her bridesmaids wore adorable custom tee’s and tanks.

The bride’s makeup was flawlessly applied by Team Beauti.

Her girls, each wore a unique champagne gown, and helped her dress, in her breathtaking Eve of Milady satin beaded gown.

Over in another suite, Roy also readied.

Moments later, mom arrived and assisted with the veil.

Once dressed, the bride and her girls, headed for the lobby…

where Inbal’s little flower girl happily greeted her.

Then it was off to the beach.

The mini flower girls gathered some flowers in the dunes, as the bride looked on.

This ficus made the best portrait back drop, prior to the reveal in the garden.

The ceremony took place after sunset.

These teak chairs look great tied with these simple satin sashes.

The original chuppah, was a quilted design, created by the couple themselves.

Once night fell, the bride was escorted down the aisle by her parents.

The ceremony was beautiful.

Ending with the couples first kiss as husband and wife.

The cocktail party showcased lot’s of wonderful details. These “forever” photo cubes, {another etsy.com score}.

The place cards were actually a custom gold frame with removable magnetic tiles. According to the bride, each tile represented a brick on the western wall in Jerusalem, and after all the guests took their place cards, the image of the western wall was revealed, with the sentence that the groom repeats beneath the chuppah.

Even the sign-in pen was customized, with a silk monogrammed stand.

Upstairs, outside the Poinciana Ballroom, the table was scattered with these silk messaged petals, “i do,” “mr. + mrs,” “love.”

And this lovely birdcage, dripping with crystals, was set up to house the gift cards.

The 5 tiered champagne + ivory wedding cake, created by the Four Seasons all-star pastry chef, was a work of art.

The room was uplit in amber, and the ivory floral centerpieces were set on vases with floating candle lit orchids.

These cute little almond flowers, with a special note, sat atop the custom menus.

Soon, the party began… with the couples first dance….

Followed by the horah…

And the fun went on all night.

Here are the newlyweds posing for a quick pic in their “old fashioned” photo booth. Guests got to pose for pictures, take a customized photo strip home for themselves, and put a copy in the couple’s scrapbook to, with a note. The booth also allowed for each guest to leave a personal video message to the couple as well. So cool!!!

As the evening came to an end, Inbal + Roy stole away for some end of night portraits.

This piano, shot from above, is my favorite.

After a few cuddly kisses, they turned in for the night.

……………………..
venue: four seasons resort, palm beach
event coordinator: crystal prante
floral decor: dalsimer floral
gown: eve of milady
jewelry: sziro
tiara: denya
shoes: christian louboutin
tuxedo: john varvatos
makeup: joann for team beauti
hangar + petals + custom cubes: etsy.com

2 responses

  1. noa

    ענבלי ורוי, יצאו תמונות יפיפיות!!! כל הכבוד לכם על הסבלנות להצטלם ככה וכמוב לצלמת הכשרונית! (= מחכים לעוד ועוד תמונות, אוהבים מש’ מוסוקוביץ.

    October 4, 2011 at 8:36 am

  2. Roy and Inbal

    Joriann,
    We absolutely love the pictures. You’re truly an amazing artist, and we appreciate everything you’ve done.
    Love
    Roy and Inbal

    October 5, 2011 at 11:12 pm

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