Your Kippah can be Kool! Yarmulkes, also known as kippot and skull caps, can be as much a part of your Jewish wedding or bat/bar mitzvah celebration as the decor, music, and other traditions. Your kippah design can reflect your personal style, match your color palette or theme, and can be a great way for the younger set to embrace the tradition if you get them involved in selecting kippot. There are even eco-friendly options and endless possibilities for personalization.
1. Show Your Style with High-Fashion Hand-Made Yarmulkes from Queen Esther Hair Covers
Embroidered Applique Yarmulkes by Queen Esther Hair Covers
5 Ideas for Light Up & Glow In The Dark Centerpieces
LED light and glow in the dark centerpieces are a hot decor trend, whether you’re planning a wedding, bar or bat mitzvah, sweet 16, or any event. Floating candles on tinted, glowing water create a unique and romantic mood. Getting that look from a glow-in-the-dark LED centerpiece takes it up a notch, transforming your tablescape in the coolest and most modern kind of way. Even if you go with a plain linen, this intriguing touch will instantly wake things up.
You may have heard of the popular app Snapchat. It seems like everyone, young and old, is using it these days to share photos and videos in real time. The popularity of the app has grown recently because it makes sending photos to all of your friends possible in just a few taps. It’s a great way to show what you’re doing, who you’re with, and how much fun you are having.
We’re still glowing from the glamour and excitement of New York’s Fashion Week. One of the collections that had our hearts fluttering was from Jasmine Bridal, a multi-label design house with nine luxury brands. The stylish collection includes bridal dresses, wedding gowns, dresses for mother of the brides, mitzvah moms and bridesmaids, and even teen dresses for a bat mitzvah or prom. Here are some of the standouts – enjoy!
A Bat Mitzvah girl with vintage taste is the perfect excuse for a throwback party theme.
This ‘I Love Lucy’ reception was a classic example of such an affair! Lucy’s mom is super star event planner Robin Lathrop of BYROBIN. Robin also did the décor and worked right up until the party’s start! READ MORE ......→
Top Interactive Games, High Tech Activities, and Virtual Reality
Who can resist playing a game that is beautifully lit up in neon colors – or doing something they’ve never done before, like skydiving or playing in a rock band? The entertainment options at bar & bat mitzvahs and teen parties are getting bigger (literally!) and better every day. It’s no surprise that, in addition to DJs and bands, more and more families are including interactive games and entertainment during their cocktail hours and receptions – all updated with the newest technology and trends. Guests young and old are loving it!
We’re excited to share the newest and hottest interactive entertainment and games!
Jane Sheinfeld, the visionary and founder of The Pieced Palette, sets out to create items – whether it is a gift, a piece of clothing or a party sign-in – that families can use on a daily basis. The personalized item will remain unique and meaningful to the family and honoree long after the bar/bat mitzvah or special event is over.
MEN’S NECKWEAR AND WOMEN’S PRINTED SCARVES
The Pieced Palette – Necktie & Coordinating Sign-In Pillow
The Pieced Palette’s newest offerings are wearables for men and women. The bar mitzvah boy, brothers, father and grandfather can now all wear coordinating ties that showcase the mitzvah logo. This same logo can also be used for their Pieced Palette sign-in pillow or beanbag. The silk neckwear is stylish and one-of-a-kind – perfect for your one-of-kind event.
** SPECIAL OFFER ** Get$50 off a combination of a Sign-In Pillow or Bean Bag and a Men’s formal wear item (same logo required on all items).
Contact The Pieced Palette for details.READ MORE ......→
We all need to be called something, we all have a name. When my son says to me, “that boy with long hair,” I always answer back, “that kid’s mom didn’t name him the boy with the long hair.” We all have a name. So, where do they come from? Sure, we can choose a name off the top 100 baby name list, but that isn’t all that is involved when you give someone an identity. History and thought goes into that name as well. READ MORE ......→
Whether you’re a jet-setting couple or a beach-loving teen, we are absolutely loving the idea of a beach theme for your wedding, bat/bar mitzvah, Sweet 16 or party. You can showcase this theme in the hot summer months or in the winter – when if our feet can’t be in the sand, our heads and hearts certainly are! Using summertime decorations like sand, beach balls, starfish, and sea shells are all fun – not to mention inexpensive – ways to incorporate this theme. The traditional nautical color scheme of white and navy is popular, while including a bright pop of color such as coral or turquoise can really make your decor stand out.
Here are 10 ideas we’re loving for your beach theme!