Here are 10 ways to take your bar from ordinary to extra-ordinary!
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 ......→
Being hired by a bride and her family is always a task the team at Ruby J Events takes very seriously. They know that they have one chance – and one chance only – to get it right. All the months (and sometimes years) of planning mean nothing if the day doesn’t go as seamlessly as every family expects it to. This Jewish Springtime wedding was no exception, and the results were absolutely incredible!
As you begin the planning process for your bar or bat mitzvah, you’re likely to come across a number of different options for décor and you’ll have to make some decisions regarding the theme for the party, including the types of candles to use.
What could be better than a bat mitzvah celebration that’s as sweet as the bat mitzvah girl herself? Jiselle’s candy themed bat mitzvah took place May 11th at the Country Club of Orlando in Orlando, Florida. Party Perfect designed the event of Jiselle’s dreams that was sure to satisfy every guest’s sweet tooth. Photography by A Magic Moment.
Dylan’s Candy Bar Theme
Jiselle wanted the Country Club of Orlando to be decorated in every color of the rainbow. Guests were greeted with her logo, which was modeled after the Dylan’s Candy Bar logo. READ MORE ......→