Emily is a girl unlike any other of her age. At 13 years old, she is poised well beyond her years. She is confident and clear in her opinions, while also goofy and creative. Emily’s Bat Mitzvah, planned by Florie Huppert Design and captured by 5th Avenue Digital, was bold, fun, and a true celebration of her personality.
The High Holidays are just around the corner. It’s time to make sure that your wonderfully prepared meals are accompanied by delicious Kosher wines. Gary Wartels of Skyview Wines & Spirits has shared his top 3 Kosher Red and White Wines – perfect for your holiday and Shabbat meals! Purchase the wines from Skyview and mention mazelmoments (or use code MazelDeal online) to get extra savings!
With Rosh Hashanah rapidly approaching, we’ve got some great ideas for the whole family to ring in a sweet and fun new year!
If you and your family like to do crafts, here are some options that are sure to entertain!
1. Apple & Honey Dipping Bar
Get your guests engaged and in the spirit with an Apple & Honey Dipping Bar, like this one from Design Megillah. Set up toppings like graham crackers, ground nuts, coconut, and chocolate, and let guests create their own masterpiece! You can also serve different honey flavors for a truly unique experience. READ MORE ......→
Here are 10 ways to take your bar from ordinary to extra-ordinary!
At most weddings, mitzvahs and events, the bar is a fun place to be. Good drinks and company are only part of the allure. There’s also the set-up and presentation.
The same looks and designs can be used for alcohol-free kids and teen bars.
1. “Setting the Bar” – Lit From Within
Backlighting the bar is cool trick that gives off a soft glow. This bar gives off a purple haze with a pipe and drape backdrop. The white light in the cabinet highlights the drink options. READ MORE ......→
Everyone says you should marry your best friend. For Shira and Yoni, this couldn’t be more true! Their romantic Modern Orthodox Jewish wedding was the culmination of years of best friendship. Photographer: Jeff Kolodny Photography, Inc. READ MORE ......→
Your wedding or bar/bat mitzvah plans are taking hold. You’ve hired your vendors and picked out your theme and logo. There’s one more essential person you need to consider! It’s important to understand the benefits and value of having a Day Of Coordinator. We turned to Ruth Lapin of Ruth Lapin Events to help us understand why a Day Of Coordinator can literally ‘Save The Day!’
Ruth always puts her clients first and has their best interest in mind. That’s why she emphasizes that “Even if you are a superstar planner, you should always hire a day of coordinator to allow you to enjoy your special event. Become her friend. Introduce her so she gets to know your family. The expectation is that the coordinator will take care of all the issues that may occur so that you don’t have to take responsibility. And unexpected nightmares do happen. Always!” READ MORE ......→
Being hired by a bride and her family is always a task the team at Ruby J Events takes very seriously. They know that they have one chance – and one chance only – to get it right. All the months (and sometimes years) of planning mean nothing if the day doesn’t go as seamlessly as every family expects it to. This Jewish Springtime wedding was no exception, and the results were absolutely incredible!
You have been invited to a bris or baby naming! The parents will be beaming and the baby will be precious, but what do you bring to the new family? Finding a gift that’s both unique and useful can be a challenge, but we’ve rounded up some of our favorite bris and baby naming present ideas so you’ll never feel confused about what to gift wrap again!
11 Thoughtful Gifts for a Brit Milah or Jewish Baby Naming Ceremony
Unique Way to Gift Money
Always an easy choice for presents, remember to give your monetary gift in increments of $18. Eighteen is the numerical equivalent of the Hebrew word “chai,” which means life and symbolically wishes the recipient a good, long life. READ MORE ......→