Hunger Games, Game of Thrones, and The Inheritance Cycle all came to life in Joshua’s medieval / fantasy themed Bar Mitzvah. From the coat of arms to period costumes, this event made the fictional a reality! Joshua’s mom Lina, a sought after photographer with Lasting Memories Photography, has been on the opposite end of the camera for countless dazzling affairs. The creative DIY crafter worked with the vendors listed below to bring her son’s vision to life.
Be sure to check out Part 1 of this series, with 12 unique ideas for a candy theme, including picking out a sweet theme like Carly-land or Jasmin’s Candy Bar. We also share 7 cool ideas for centerpieces for your Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16, party or wedding.
Chocolate and lollipops. M&Ms and jellybeans. The ways in which we love candy are as endless as the varieties themselves. So while it’s no surprise that the perfect candy-themed affair has become a growing trend among party planners, the details included are as original and exciting as ever!
30 Ideas for a Candy Theme (Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16, Party or Wedding)
First things first…how will you incorporate candy into your bar / bat mitzvah, party or wedding theme? READ MORE ......→
It was love at first sight for Alina and Rafael, who tied the knot at B’nai Israel in Florida last fall. A breathtaking temple wedding showcased the couple’s love while paying homage to their Jewish and Russian roots, all captured by Jeff Kolodny Photography, Inc.
Beautiful bride Alina, the new Mrs. Foss, shared a first-hand account of her big day with us. Describing her wedding as extravagant, elegant and magical, we can see all of those things just from these stunning pictures of her before she said “I do.” READ MORE ......→
More and more cake designs are veering away from the traditionally symmetrical round tiers. Many modern couples are choosing sleek square cakes. For couples that dare to be different, bold colors and patterns, unique shapes, and contrasting sizes create eye-popping looks that are sure to wow their guests even before they have their first taste.
We’re loving the party trend of candy and dessert buffets! Don’t worry, nothing will be replacing the beautiful wedding cake or themed bat & bar mitzvah or party cakes anytime soon. Rather, the dessert table has gotten much bigger to make room for a variety of sweet treats.
Dessert tables are another area where you can get creative, and leave a lasting impression on your guests.
Top 4 Ways to Showcase your Wedding, Mitzvah or Party Candy & Dessert Table
1. Highlight your COLOR THEME or COLOR COMBINATION:
Stacy & Brad married in a beautiful summer wedding, with a cohesive balance of modern finishes and quaint charm. The newlyweds met at a college party, but Brad made it official when he proposed to his bride during a vacation in Hawaii. Their beautiful Jewish wedding was captured by Joseph Delgado Photography.
They couple chose to celebrate at The Madison Hotel in Morristown, New Jersey. The grounds made for some magnificent photo opps! READ MORE ......→
Erica and Jessica Langer, identical twins from New Jersey, live by the motto that “2 is better than 1″ – so what better theme for their recent Bat Mitzvah than just that?! The B’not Mitzvah girls celebrated a beautiful day with family and friends starting at Pine Brook Jewish Center where they highlighted their Mitzvah project. They chose to raise money for the Fetal Diagnosis & Treatment Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. The girls and their guests continued the day with a stunning reception at Vegas NJ in Randolph, New Jersey.
Vegas NJ is a premier event space in the tri-state area, featuring a larger than life stingray aquarium, piano bar and casino. The state-of-the-art all-inclusive venue provided unforgettable catering, entertainment, decor, and even captured it all on film! READ MORE ......→
A Brit Milah (for boys) and Jewish Baby Naming (for girls) are beautiful ceremonies that welcome your newborn into the Jewish culture. As new parents, we know you’re short on time and can use all the planning help you can get! We’ve covered advice forplanning your baby’s bris or baby naming, therules for selecting the date, and provided help for finding a mohel. Now we’re excited to share the items you’ll need to make the Bris or Baby Naming personal and fun, while preserving traditional elements.
Three Traditional Items
1. Pillow Covering
A pillow is a crucial aspect to a Brit Milah as the baby will lay on it during the ceremony. Silkhuppah.com creates gorgeous silk shams that can be completely customized with images and text, such as the example above. READ MORE ......→