One of the major forces in weddings and bat & bar mitzvahs is personalization, and catering is no exception. Menus are showcasing the bride and groom or child’s taste, style, culture, and creativity. Food and presentation can also support the event theme.
A Beautiful Bat Mitzvah with Middle Eastern Flair in Boston, MA!
Bat mitzvah girl Lauren shares two of my favorite loves, so I was very excited to get this submission from Nathalya at NM Events and share it with you all! Lauren and I are both inspired by the Middle Eastern culture, and share a love for the hamsa, as you can see from both of our logos! And I am completely in awe of her photos and the story from her special day. Photography by Dan Aguirre Photography.
Dave and Randi’s Florida beach Jewish wedding was nothing short of breathtaking. It just doesn’t get much better than ocean side “I do’s” with palm trees swaying in the background. Photography by 3 Chicks That Click Photography. READ MORE ......→
Party food is all about being innovative and delicious – the less predictable the better! Jewish celebrations – weddings, bar & bat mitzvahs and brises – are moving away from the typical Kosher catering food choices and presentations. Trendy cuisine options for your special event menu are being served in innovative and fun ways. The experts at The Original Jem Caterers share the latest trends in kosher party food.
Personalized – Stylish – Creative. These are the words that describe bat & bar mitzvahs in 2013. Families are thinking outside of the box to capture the teen’s personality and style in receptions that exude elegance and style.
We are excited to share with you the top b’nai mitzvah trends from Daniela Grafman of Vision Entertainment Group, a full service entertainment company that provides a combination of exciting entertainment services with certified event planning expertise to create a stress-free planning process and flawless event production. READ MORE ......→
As the year draws to an end, we want to take a moment to thank all of you for being part of our community and continuing to support us. We are grateful to be part of planning your special day, whether it be a wedding, b’nai mitzvah or bris, and hope we inspired you. Before we turn the page to 2013 – let’s take a peek back at some of the highlights from 2012!
Some of the most popular themes for the year have been:
Break out the Red Carpet! Hollywood Theme
Hollywood Theme Bar Mitzvah Decor by Mizrachi Centerpieces
A DIY Hot Cocoa Table is the perfect ending for your winter wedding, bat/bar mitzvah or holiday party!
DIY Hot Chocolate Bar
This Gourmet Hot Chocolate Station, featured on Hostess With The Mostess, lets guests add homemade peppermint, chocolate, and vanilla marshmallows (view recipe). The bar also features a decorative bottle of rum that adult guests can use to create a delicious hot toddy!
Other fun toppings can incude doughnuts, cookies, chocolate, mint chocolate (thin mints), pies and tarts. I actually can’t think of anything that wouldn’t be amazing with a good cup of hot chocolate. Be creative and enjoy! READ MORE ......→
Danielle’s bat mitzvah was inspired by Hershey’s kisses, with a color palette of chocolate brown, metallic silver and turquoise. Melissa of The Event of a Lifetime creatively combined the chocolate and color inspiration for a fabulous celebration!
As soon as guests arrived, they signed in on a mirror sign-in board in the shape of a Chocolate kiss personalized with the bat mitzvah girl’s name & date.
With all of the elaborate (and pricey) details that go into planning a wedding or bat/bar mitzvah, it’s refreshing when a a trend comes along that’s fun, easy, and budget friendly. This is never more true than with candy buffets. With a few coordinated jars, several bags of candy, and a bit of decor, you can easily create an eye catching display and give your guests a fun treat. READ MORE ......→