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Juliana’s Floral Bat Mitzvah Party at Agudas Achim in Alexandria, VA

I loved working with Juliana’s family for a second time after older sister Rachel’s Bat Mitzvah before the pandemic. This family LOVES flowers and we focused on hydrangeas as part of the logo and centerpieces at Agudas Achim.  We were able to gather Juliana’s family before the party for a beautiful havdalah service. Juliana’s logo was so beautiful and feminine. …

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Ethan’s New York City-Themed Bar Mitzvah Party at Lakewood Country Club

Ethan’s family was so fun to work with because they wanted a giant party! Ethan’s logo really set the vibe of the decor with its use of red, black and white, NYC subway numbers, outline of NYC landmarks and map vibes. We tied those elements into various aspects of the decor at Lakewood Country Club. The oversized screen served as …

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Favorite Bar and Bat Mitzvah Exit Treats and Edible Favors

The best way to end a party is on a high note and edible favors do just that! As your guests leave, give them one last smile by providing them with something delicious to remember your event. Don’t let them leave hungry! Here are some of our favorite edible favors and exit treats plus advice for your Bar or Bat …

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Lana to a Tea Bat Mitzvah Party at VisArts in Rockville, MD

When I first met with Lana, she didn’t quite know what she wanted for her Bat Mitzvah party. However, once we got to chatting, it was very clear that she had some specific preferences. We took those things–from her love of tea to her heart for community service and brought those things together for her Bat Mitvzah party at VisArts …

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Favorite Wearable Favors and Advice

There are so many amazing options for Mitzvah favors out there, but we most often hear from guests of honor that they love wearable favors. Over the years, we’ve done so many different types of favors and we want to share some of our favorites and advice Sizing Advice There are two ways to do sizing. The first is to …

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Bar and Bat Mitzvah Security

When you get 13-year-olds out of the house and put them in a party atmosphere without a lot of adult supervision, trouble can quickly ensue. There are two major ways we recommend mitigating this risk–one is proactive and one is reactive. Proactive Mitzvah Security Proactive security is anything that is going to keep the kids occupied, engaged and, therefore, out …