Candy Centerpieces are a hot trend right now in bar & bat mitzvah decor, sweet 16 parties, and even some whimsical weddings. Here are 6 ideas for showcasing your Candy Centerpieces.
Candy – it’s an invitation to release your inner child. It’s also a very smart idea for decorating. Candy is colorful, pretty, and fun, and you can use plenty without breaking the bank. Even when using real flowers, it can be a good idea to incorporate some less expensive decor instead of trying to fill your space with blooms. Candy can do the trick without looking cheap. There are several ways to work candy centerpieces into your table-scape. READ MORE ......→
Whether you’re planning a wedding, bar or bat mitzvah, Sweet 16 or other event, we’re sure centerpieces are on the agenda. There are so many options when it comes to decor. Here are four unique ways to make your centerpieces stand out!
What could be better than a bat mitzvah celebration that’s as sweet as the bat mitzvah girl herself? Jiselle’s candy themed bat mitzvah took place May 11th at the Country Club of Orlando in Orlando, Florida. Party Perfect designed the event of Jiselle’s dreams that was sure to satisfy every guest’s sweet tooth. Photography by A Magic Moment.
Dylan’s Candy Bar Theme
Jiselle wanted the Country Club of Orlando to be decorated in every color of the rainbow. Guests were greeted with her logo, which was modeled after the Dylan’s Candy Bar logo. READ MORE ......→
What do you get when an insanely creative and art-enthused 13-year old boy throws a party? The wildest Andy Warhol-themed, pop art-inspired event you could imagine! Photography credit:5th Avenue Digital
Creative Ideas for a Music Theme Bar & Bat Mitzvah, Wedding, Sweet 16 or Party
A love of music is universal. For many it is a passion in life that translates into collecting, creating, learning to DJ, writing, singing, and more. If you have a wedding, bat/bar mitzvah or party coming up, a music theme might be perfect for you.
Music Theme Bar & Bat Mitzvah Logo by Cutie Patootie Creations
What is Klezmer? It’s gaining a lot of popularity, but what do we really know about klezmer? Alicia Svigals, a renowned klezmer fiddler, sets straight some of the misconceptions of klezmer music and talks about its growth in popularity – even beyond the Jewish population!
Alicia on Misconceptions about klezmer: “It is not all fast ‘hora’ music; klezmer has the full range of moods, modes and tempos, from solemn ceremonial melodies, to elegant cocktail hour background music, all the way up to the crazy fast stuff.”
“Klezmer is a cousin of “Hebrew” music, aka “simkhe (simcha) dancing music” – the music popular at orthodox and modern orthodox events – but it is not the same. We do mix that repertoire in whenever we have a crowd that will enjoy it though. But klezmer is essentially non-religious, instrumental party music and you don’t have to be religious for it to be on your playlist!” READ MORE ......→
Pools are a great place to get a break from the summer heat. Most of us don’t think of a swimming pool as a prop, but if you are hosting a summer wedding, bat/bar mitzvah or reception by the pool, you might want to think outside the box. Now that the warm weather is here in full force, outdoor entertaining is at a high point and you want to make the most of your space. There are all kinds of creative things you can do with this large piece of backyard real estate. READ MORE ......→