Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Wedding ceremony

This week we will talk about the wedding ceremony.
Ceremonies by religions, beliefs, traditions, and customs.
Tips, trends, history, and some warm recommendations for the happy couple.

Our wedding ceremony was Jewish tradition and it was very short. The rabbi was open minded and so the ceremony went real fast.
Unlike the ceremony traditions, I received permission from the rabbi to bless my husband and put a ring on his finger as a traditional Jewish wedding only the husband blesses the bride and gives her a Ring. 

So tell me, which ceremony did you had?
Please, you are welcome to share!

See you on the next post. 

Friday, August 23, 2013

Music, children, jewelry, vacation and everything in between...

This week I traveled with my family for a little vacation in Eilat, Israel.
This is the first time that the four of us are traveling together.

We found for ourselves a small nice hotel, had some quality time in the pool,
Traveled a little and saw some amazing views...

My Family

We also stopped to hear some quality 
jazz at the festival.
This is the first time since Noga was born that me and my husband spend some quality time alone on a show.
Talila & Moshe

We left the kids at my sister's house in Eilat and went to see Branford Marsalis,

In the 80’s he became known for playing with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers and with his brother Wynton’s quintet.

He continued performing and recording with top musicians including Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, Al Foster and Sonny Rollins .

The show was crazy, amazing and we both felt fulfill.

The Branford Marsalis Quartet


We had a lot of fun.

With the inspiration I got from the place, the mood and the hit, I created some new jewelries: 

Elinor Sarfati
Elinor Sarfati

Turquoise and Ruby lace bracelet
Ruby and lace

Turquoise and Ruby Lace Necklace

See you on the next post,


Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Wedding Signs

This week we will talk about wedding signs.
Tips, trends and some warm recommendations for the happy couple.

Point the way to your wedding with a rustic sign you can make yourself
Write "Ceremony" or "Wedding This Way" in white paint on a flat, rectangular piece of wooden board. Choose a board that is about 1 1/2 ft in length and about 5 inches wide. Allow to dry.
Paint any additional embellishments on the sign if desired, such as small images of wedding cakes or dresses, or try painting glitter over the entire sign.
Hammer metal hooks into each end of the sign and string a thin piece of wire through the hooks. Hang the sign over a fence post or other applicable surface. Add a hanging flower bouquet to the display, if desired.
Idea -2
Take an old wooden mailbox, complete with its wooden stake, from a friend's basement, auction or other source. If the paint is chipping, you can either leave it as is or sand and re-paint the mailbox as desired. This can include small paintings of wedding images such as the bride and groom, wedding cakes, wedding favors and wedding invitations.
Paint "Wedding" or other applicable phrase in big letters across the mailbox top on both sides. Allow to dry.
Place in desired area to show guests where to go.

A wedding sign is a perfect way to add personal and creative  touch to the wedding ceremony and  help to direct the wedding guests, of course! The styles of the signs can range from rustic to elegant to shabby chic, and they can be used as road signs, banners, labels, etc. There is no limit to the shapes, sizes, colors, and styles you can use.  They can be incredibly cute and customized special for you.  The wedding sign is a simple way to spell out your love, or anything that reflects the look and feel of your day. Let’s take a look at some wonderful 
wedding sign…

I love this.

I would like you to share, what sign did you had at your wedding?
or which sign you would like to have at it?
I would love if you share and comment.


See you on the next post,

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Don't judge me: Talila Design guest post and giveaway!

Hey everybody, this week another blog is posting about me and my jewelries. Check it out:
You are all welcome to share and leave comments.
See you on the next post,
Don't judge me: Talila Design guest post and giveaway!: I would like to introduce you to Talila from  Talila "
"... We are doing a Q&A so you can get to know her and her love for 
...Read here


Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Wedding Cake

This week we will talk about wedding cakes. Tips, trends and some warm recommendations for choosing the perfect cake.


Choosing the best wedding cake depends on your own likes and dislikes, the wedding theme, and your budget. While it is ultimately up to you to choose the cake, the choice can be made a little easier by following these steps

If you already have a design that you’ve had in your head for years, chances are someone has already got there first. Sorry, but it’s actually a good thing!
Try searching on Pinterest  for your cake keywords and see if you can find a vision. Get   your cake designer to mix it up and create something original


Calculate how many guests you'll be having. This dictates the size of cake you'll need, which will affect how much the cake will cost. Since you likely won't have received RSVPs yet, add up the number of guests you invited. Assume that everyone will come and you'll need enough to feed each person. Plan for three tiers of cake for between 50 and 100 guests. Add another layer
. for every 50 guests after 100

contemporary wedding cake for something a little different.

Choosing Your Wedding Cake Shape

Your wedding cake’s shape may make a slight difference in the number of guests it will serve, but not by much. The shape of your wedding cake will have a lot of impact on the design you choose, however. Some designs look better on square cakes and others look better on round cakes. So, before you choose your wedding cake design, decide on the shape of your wedding cake.

<3 Butterfly Blush

Decide on your budget.
Once you've got some idea of the type of cake you'd like, you'll need to work out how much money you have to spend on the cake. Be realistic and compare the prices of various cake vendors. When it gets down to the time of choosing the baker, you can ask for quotes and then compare these and ask for discounts where appropriate.

Good to know!
Choose your baker.
 Keep working with the baker regularly to improve and adjust your cake ideas. Ask for sample mock-ups to help you through the process. Be sure to let your baker know about decoration and design wishes, and if you intend on providing any of the cake decorations, get these to the baker on time.


Decide on how you want to decorate your wedding cake, whether you want to keep it simple and cute or splendid and rich. Avoid over-decorating the cake. It is not necessary to have a five-tiered cake. Your baker will help you determine what size cake you need for your guest count.

I would like you to tell me which cake would you prefer?      
Or which cake was at your wedding?                                             
            I would love to have your likes and comments.                                       

See you on the next post,