Bride Shiran Habush celebrates her wedding at a public park. (Gershon Elinson/Flash90)


Israelis are coming up with amazing ways to get married while complying with bans on public gatherings in enclosed spaces of more than 10 people.

Would you get married in the produce section of a supermarket aisle?

Would you tie the knot in a courtyard with your guests spread out on the balconies of a religious academy? These are some of the creative ways Israelis have managed to hold weddings in the time of coronavirus bans on public gatherings in enclosed spaces.

The joy at these weddings is palpable. Check it out!