A black belt in karate who also loves glitter and pink? Maddy is one of the coolest Bat Mitzvah girls we’ve encountered!
When it comes to hosting a wedding, bat & bar mitzvah or party, presentation is everything. Appetizers, cocktails and desserts can be easily forgotten. But you don’t need to serve the crème de la crème to make your food and drink choices memorable.
Industry expert Brianna Ellis from The Sands at Atlantic Beach notes “interactive food stations such as “Action Stations” really make your guests enjoy ordering and choosing food options with their own personal twist.”
1. Build Your Own Station READ MORE ......
New York City has an eclectic and varied number of event spaces for Jewish weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, parties and corporate events. Our modern city is home to the hottest trend-setting architecture and fashion, so we were delighted to discover The Prince George Ballroom. Located in the FlatIron District in Manhattan and listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The Prince George Ballroom is a feast for the eyes with its Beaux Arts style and Neo-Renaissance flourishes. In the spirit of tzedakah (charity), 100% of its net revenue is used for NYC outreach programs to help the homeless and other vulnerable New Yorkers.
Wedding or mitzvah guests enter into a modern space named World Monuments Fund Gallery. READ MORE ......
In keeping up with the latest catering trends, Kosher catered cuisine has gone upscale in taste and presentation. If you’re planning a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, Mazelmoments’ Kosher Mitzvah Planning Guide (below) is a must-read. We provide a user-friendly definition of “What is Kosher,” a breakdown of Kosher catering options, and advice for finding a Kosher mitzvah venue. READ MORE ......
Rebecca’s NYC Rockin’ Eve Mitzvah seemed like the perfect theme for this January bat mitzvah. Rebecca loves New York City, the quintessential place to celebrate New Year’s Eve. So Rebecca decided to combine the thrill of NYE with her passion for NYC. Pink was the accent color, as seen by the lighting and all the details around the room. Planned by Party Perfect Orlando and photographed by Jennifer Werneth Photography, this bat mitzvah definitely rang in the new year with style!
Pop-Up Invitations READ MORE ......
Last week’s Kosherfest featured a lot of amazing new products in the Kosher world. One of our absolute favorites was a date-flavored vodka by Moses. With the sweetness of candy and a little kick, Moses Date Vodka is enjoyed ice-cold on the rocks, or can be mixed as a cocktail – a favorite combination is with lime and sriracha. Once a bottle is opened, this internationally award-winning spirit doesn’t last long!
You can pick up your bottle (or two) of Moses Date Vodka at Skyview Wine & Spirits.
Use code MazelDeal for 10% off all liquor, or 20% off 12 or more bottles of wine, excluding sales items. Lowest prices guaranteed.
Emily is a girl unlike any other of her age. At 13 years old, she is poised well beyond her years. She is confident and clear in her opinions, while also goofy and creative. Emily’s Bat Mitzvah, planned by Florie Huppert Design and captured by 5th Avenue Digital, was bold, fun, and a true celebration of her personality.
At most weddings, mitzvahs and events, the bar is a fun place to be. Good drinks and company are only part of the allure. There’s also the set-up and presentation.
The same looks and designs can be used for alcohol-free kids and teen bars.
1. “Setting the Bar” – Lit From Within
Backlighting the bar is cool trick that gives off a soft glow. This bar gives off a purple haze with a pipe and drape backdrop. The white light in the cabinet highlights the drink options. READ MORE ......