Love is a special thing to capture. We chase it our entire lives, eyes wide, hearts open. Most of us are lucky enough to come into the world surrounded by loved ones, comfortable and innocent. But then one day we’re grown up, on our own, and searching for a different kind of love. A forever love that only one person in the whole world can truly give. We search for that unique moment, that special someone who can help us see the world a second time, brand new and beautiful.
For Delilah Inbar and Steven Cohen the search is over. The two were married on May 20, 2012 at five-thirty on the picturesque grounds of Villa Cristina. Following a special first look at one another before the Jewish ceremony, Delilah and Steven exchanged vows in front of more than 150 honored guests.
The couple, whose favorite activity is travel the world together, was engaged on the balcony of The Ritz at Reynolds Plantation over a candlelit dinner.
The reception, held inside the Villa Cristina, was an elegant affair where DJ Joe Rabe entertained family and friends as they dined amid floral décor by Joan Rubenstein. Adam Linke photographed the event.
It was a night of toasts and dancing, sophisticated romance and memories to last a lifetime. Moment after moment was packed full of special opportunities for wedding videography to capture memories meant to last forever. Delilah and Steven, in addition to dancing the traditional Horah, danced their first dance to Green Day’s The Last Night on Earth. And once the cake had been cut and every well-wish had been given, it was time to say goodnight. The couple left in style, the bride escorted out to a celebratory tow truck hauling a decorated car. The two waved goodbye from their extra special get-away car, off to take on their next adventure as husband and wife.
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