Tel-Aviv, Israel (PRWEB) November 18, 2012
The prestigious event to celebrate the birth of little Noa Maya Weinberger took place, as done before with her elder sister Abigail Rachel Weinberger, at "El-Hamam" halls in the ancient city of Jaffa, which is a part of the city of Tel-Aviv.
The hall is uniquely located in an 18th century Ottoman building constructed on the remains of a Crusader fortress, and provides a magical atmosphere for the arriving guests.
The building was originally used to host the most luxurious Turkish bath of the Middle East.
A delicious gourmet menu was set to provide guests with the best culinary experience available in the region, the guests were welcomed by huge balloon figures portraying Disney's famous characters, various screens have shown multimedia presentations of the pregnancy and the newborn, and guests were given as gifts special hand crafted candy shaped as lovely pink teddy bears.
The guests were also greeted by huge dark and white chocolate fountains, and were served with Belgian Waffles made in front of the guests on the spot.
Alongside many family members and friends, some of Israel's most prominent businessmen, members of the Israeli legal community, members of parliament, heads of chambers of commerce and foreign dignitaries attended the event to honor both the proud mother Mor Lurie-Weinberger and her husband, Paz Itzhaki-Weinberger, who is one of Israel's most successful hi-tech entrepreneurs, Chairman and CEO of IWC Limited ( http://www.itzhaki-weinberger.com ) and a leading attorney with Eitan S. Erez & Co. law offices ( http://www.eitan-erez-law.com ) in Tel-Aviv.