The sky’s the limit when it comes to choosing a theme for your child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah, and it’s important to capture your child’s personality. What’s more personal than their name? We’ve come up with some great ideas incorporating your child’s name into their special day!
Emma and Ben celebrated their wedding at the historic Trolley Barn in Atlanta, and we were fortunate that Bhargava Chiluveru from Chil Studios, a friend of the bride and groom, was there to photograph the happy occasion! READ MORE ......→
Noah Glantz is a huge sports fan, whose favorite team is the New York Giants. What better way to show his fandom then by hosting a NY Giants-themed party for his bar mitzvah?! Chad David Kraus Photography captured the entire day, as well as some amazing pre-shots at Met Life stadium where the Giants play.
Signature cocktails and mocktails are the perfect compliment to any event. They can be served before an outdoor wedding ceremony to cool off guests, as a cocktail hour addition, or even a sweetened liquid dessert. Not only does it give guests something a little more interesting to choose from than champagne or Pepsi, but it’s also the perfect opportunity to add more creativity to your menu!
Rachel and David met on eHarmony after the two had nearly thrown in the towel after too many bad dates. By just the third date, they each knew they had found the one! Their relationship moved at lighting speed, and just nine months after their first date they got engaged! The two were married at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in South Florida, and were photographed by Jeff Kolodny Photography. READ MORE ......→
Roller coaster loving Darien Cohn didn’t have to look far to come up with the perfect bat mitzvah theme. She combined a play on her last name with her favorite past time, for a fun “Darien Cohny Island” experience at New Jersey’s Westminster Hotel. Photography by Ivan Piedra Photography.
A Coney/Cohny Island motif was bright, fun, and completely on point for her special day! READ MORE ......→
An invitation sets the stage for your event as it provides your guest a glimpse of what to expect. In addition to the specific details related to your affair, a well-designed invitation gives you the opportunity to showcase the theme and sets the tone for the event, be it casual or formal black tie. READ MORE ......→
Ketubot have become more than just a marriage contract, but more so a reflection of a couple’s style. This Is Not A Ketubah Yes It Is (TINAK), a collective of Jewish artists from New York and Argentina, creates traditional pieces that double as works of art. With a category for practically anything you can think of, TINAK can depict places, artists, colors, shapes and even mythical creatures! The modern, high-quality designs enable couples to display Judaica in an innovative and interesting way. These categories represent 8 of the most popular TINAK ketubah styles, each with Jewish thought and tradition in mind.