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Elizaveta and Derek’s interfaith and multilingual wedding had no cultural boundaries! The gorgeous NYC affair honored Jewish traditions while including many Eastern European influences. Photography credit: Lilypad Photo Studio
The couple married at Manhattan’s Sun West Studios, with sun-drenched windows creating a soft urban ambiance. READ MORE ......→
We’re excited to introduce Pantone’s top color pick for the new year – it’s Marsala! This moody hue embodies all that its wine counterpart does, namely depth, richness and sophistication, perfect for incorporating into your wedding, bat mitzvah or party!
Here are some ideas to add the deep red shade to your next event!
A VIP lounge ambience met summery vibes in Zoe’s glittering Long Island Bat Mitzvah. Swank Productions was the mastermind behind the amazing décor at Haute Durvo in Long Island, NY. Photography by 5th Avenue Digital.
Zoe wanted to celebrate becoming a Bat Mitzvah with a big dance party. As soon as guests arrived to Haute Durvo, they saw this this Long Island catering hall was transformed into an underground VIP club. READ MORE ......→
We love when planners take a theme we’ve seen before and turn it into something we could have never imagined! That’s exactly what Melisa Imberman from The Event of a Lifetime did with Jason’s football-themed bar mitzvah. Enjoy!
Fate and destiny came to life when life-long neighbors from Russia married in a San Francisco wedding. Sonia and Sasha exchanged vows in a Jewish ceremony, surrounded by elegance, love, and laughter. Thank you IQphoto for capturing the entire event!
The couple seemed destined to be together, having discovered they spent much of their childhoods living steps from one another! READ MORE ......→
Mitzvah Projects are not just a growing trend, but often a synagogue requirement, and an incredible way for students to engage in a social action project in honor of their upcoming bar/bat mitzvah. A mitzvah project teaches the value of tzedakah and giving back to the community. Now with a modern twist, it can teach students how to have a greater impact using the Internet for good, while making the process more fun and easier than ever.
That’s where Deposit a Gift comes in. Deposit a Gift is the crowdfunding platform that allows you to create a fundraising website to raise money for your mitzvah project online, so that friends and family from anywhere can get involved. A mitzvah project is all about pursuing something you are passionate about for the greater good, and now by bringing it online, you can have a bigger impact than ever before. Click here to create your mitzvah project site now.
Sarah is collecting sweatshirts to donate, including bar & bat mitzvah sweatshirts, school, camp and team sweatshirts that kids have outgrown or no longer wear.
The organization is called Hoods that Help and she will be donating to different organizations throughout the year. The first organization Hoods That Help will be collecting for is “Person to Person” in Darien, Connecticut.
She has put a drop box at a local store, Shuppee in the Village Yard in Chappaqua, and Melisa is happy to collect them as well and get them to her.