Funky zebra print at an elegant country club may seem unconventional, but Daniella’s Bat Mitzvah had a perfect balance of style and cool! Photography by 5th Avenue Digital.
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SCOTTSDALE, AZ. – Cigall Goldman and Sheryl Daboosh, founders of online Jewish event resource Mazelmoments.com have been selected to speak at the National Association for Catering and Events Experience! Conference and Expo in Scottsdale, Arizona, on catering trends in bar and bat mitzvahs.
“The world of bar and bat mitzvahs is constantly evolving,” shares Goldman. “Menus are an essential component to the event itself and we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to share our expertise with our fellow event professionals.” READ MORE ......
Gift giving can be tough…especially for teenagers! So, how do you find a Bar or Bat Mitzvah gift that is sentimentally important, but still suitable for a young adolescent? Luckily for all of us, there are plenty of creative concepts that satisfy both of these needs.
If you’ve ever planned, or are currently planning an event, you’ll know there are so many moving pieces that all fit together to make your event as amazing as possible. One of those very important pieces is videography. A videographer will capture the event in real time so that you can re-live your special day over and over again! We sat down with Seth Elgart from Professional Video LLC to get some tips from a pro on how to hire the best videographer for your next event! Seth has been doing his job for over a decade and has some excellent insight for us!
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Tip #1 – This may seem obvious, but make sure the company you hire has an expertise in video! Experience and focus on filming and production will let you know that quality will be at the forefront.
Tip #2 – Do your homework! Just like when choosing any of your other vendors, do some research and find out the history of the companies you’re interested in. Knowing how long they’ve been around, what kind of events they primarily work on, and being able to see examples of their work will be super helpful in picking the right one for you. READ MORE ......
We are extremely proud to share our contributions as featured writers in the latest issue of Jewish Style Celebration Magazine NJ NY! It is a special opportunity for Mazelmoments.com to reach out to new people with exciting ideas for Jewish events. Check out our articles on techonology trends, ideas for a fashion theme, and an intro to our new Mitzvah Planning Toolkit, available now!
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The Living Garden®
by ODD-O-Ts’ Entertainment, LLC
The Living Garden® is an award winning family owned performance company produced by ODD-O-Ts’ Entertainment based in Orlando, Florida, but available worldwide. Owners Todd and Timea Zimmerman are very proud to present these unique performances.
The Living Garden® is a unique entertainment experience, where nature comes to life with an extraordinary combination of movement, music and live interaction. This unique performance will leave your guests mesmerized and amazed. Each element weaves an enchanting tapestry in a stunning display of visual images and illusions. READ MORE ......
Your wedding or mitzvah is a big special day, and you want to remember it FOREVER. Goodness knows that the pictures are a big part of that. They’re worth a thousand words, after all. The problem is some of your guests may be a bit camera shy. Even the willing ones might not feel especially relaxed in front of the lens. What’s a host to do? If you give the matter a little forethought, there are ways to bring out their inner Tyra Banks. Cool props create a fun atmosphere and make photo taking part of the good times. Not only that, they boost the energy and make for better, less self-conscious pics. READ MORE ......
Just got engaged over the holidays? One of the first decisions you will have to make is when you want to get married. Not just spring, summer fall or winter – but actual dates! If you’re planning a bar/bat mitzvah, that decision is narrowed down based on the Jewish calendar and your child’s birthday. But either way, the final date for the party is usually up to you. Caterers and venues will offer deals based not only on time of year (winter is typically the least expensive), but dates as well. Before you sign on the dotted line, we’ve put together a list of religious and secular dates that you may want to avoid booking.
No matter what religion you are, you’ll also want to be sensitive to the religious observances of your guests. Even if they are able to attend, they might be fasting, eating a restricted diet, or have other limitations that will prevent them from fully enjoying your wedding. Celebration of the Jewish holidays begins at sundown on the day before the first full holiday date and ends at nightfall of the last day. You’ll also want to find out sunset times for the start and end of Shabbat. READ MORE ......
If your invitation does not include an inner envelope, you can follow the etiquette for outer envelopes. Two exceptions are families invited with children, and guests invited with “and Guest”. In these two cases, follow the etiquette for the standard inner envelope – children’s names are traditionally included below the parents’ names, “and Guest” is written next to the guest name.
We hope this makes the process of addressing your wedding or mitzvah invitations a bit more fun!