On Trend: Bar & Bat Mitzvah Cubbies – Store Your Party Favors!

So much time is put into the decor of parties, specifically Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, but it seems that once guests arrive, the entire room is in disarray. Bags, shoes, giveaways and photo booth frames are all over the place, and inevitably someone will be missing something by the end of the night. Cubbies or lockers are an excellent idea for your next affair, as they will keep everyone’s things organized so nothing gets confused.

LED Cubbies for Bar & Bat Mitzvah PartyCubbies can easily blend into your theme and your decor, like Interactive Entertainment Group shows us with these LED backlit cubbies placed right in the lounge area.

Highly regarded event planner, Melisa, of The Event of a Lifetime, shares how she always recommends cubbies, especially for parties that feature lounges, so things aren’t strewn about and disorganized. In a lounge setting, there are no specific seat placements so it tends to get very chaotic. Cubbies make a great place for kids to put giveaways, photos,  favors and anything else they may collect throughout the party.

Bar Mitzvah Party Favors in CubbiesMany times Melisa will put the party favors in the cubbies towards the end of the night, so it isn’t a free for all to get them. It also ensures that every guest receives their favor.

Bar & Bat Mitzvah Party Favor Storage CubbiesCity Sounds Entertainment shows us a simple and chic cubby design in white which can be attached or detached to accommodate any number of guests.

Cubby Rentals | Cubbies Rental New Jersey, NJPowerhouse Studios in Paramus and East Hanover feature cubby rentals for any event.

Cubbies Rental | Cubby Rentals New Jersey, NJLockers

Sign In Lockers | Bar & Bat Mitzvah PartyPhoto: H&H Photographers

Lockers are also an excellent storage idea for your next party. They also make a great sign-in board and keepsake for the Bar or Bat Mitzvah boy or girl to take home as a reminder of their big day!

Bar & Bat Mitzvah: Lockers for Party Favors & GiveawaysJurick Photo shows us that if you’d rather your lockers stand out than blend in, there are creative ways to make them pop! These graffiti-clad lockers feature the Bar Mitzvah boy’s name and bold colors to accentuate the sleek neutral and metallic color scheme of his lounge.

Will you be featuring cubbies or lockers at your bar or bat mitzvah? We’d love to hear how you use them in the comments below!

Written by Lyndi Halpern

Lyndi Halpern