A couple of months ago I had the pleasure of working on styling the Upshernish of my dear friends’ son’s third birthday – Nachshon! Isn’t he adorable!!!?
My friend wanted to have a stylish Upshernish that reflected the soul and meaning of the Jewish tradition of Upshernish. She suggested adding mint and gold to the typical black and white color scheme, and I was like YES! We’re doing it! We had so much fun planning and coming up with ideas for this memorable day. I’ve given you all the explanations behind this gorgeous tradition here and here, so I’ll save that, and go straight to the pretty pictures.
As you’ll see, a Jewish celebration can be beautiful and stylish, while preserving the soul and meaning of what is being celebrated. I’m so proud of what was accomplished here and of all the people who helped make this happen.
I can’t get over the amazing work by Alejandra from Dream Craft Designs – she really turned our vision into a reality with all the beautifully crafted details! Those cupcake toppers!
And please, can we comment on that gorgeous cake! My dear friend Yaeli from SK Cakes by Yaeli took my general idea and rolled with it. Genius! Kosher my dears, kosher… everything you see, not just beautiful but kosher! #foodforbodyandsoul
And who do you think made all those tzit tzit goodie bags?
My crafty six year old and her eight year old sister! Alejandra, if you ever need assistants at Dream Craft Designs, you know who to call. :-)
So what do you think? A pretty stylish take on tradition, right!?
Photography by Awake Photography
Styling and Creative Director Jewish Latin Princess
Crafts by Dream Craft Designs
Flowers by Flower Vibes
Tzit Tzit Cake by SK Cakes by Yaeli
Cookies and Cake Pops by Cakes by Margalit
Makeup by Rivki Makeup Artistry
Wardrobe Styling by Allann Arnold