There’s something distinctly romantic about the historic district of an old town. It’s such a sharp departure from our modern architecture with its focus on technology. It reminds us of a day when people really took their time with things. It was those elements that drew the bride to have her Jewish wedding in the historic downtown of St. Augustine’s, Florida. Photography by Dana Goodson Photography.
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.
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What girl has never dreamed of being a princess in a castle, complete with a dashing prince to court her favor? Minus the prince, Maya’s bat mitzvah delivered on all the fairytale elements. Her stunning bat mitzvah was held at the Reid Castle at Manhattanville College in Westchester, NY. Photography by Luciebelle Photography. READ MORE ......
Creative Sign-In Ideas for Your Wedding, Bar & Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16 or Party
We know you work hard to inject your personality and style into every part of your event, so we’re guessing you’d like something a little more exciting than a traditional guest book. In truth, your guests can sign just about anything! Here is some inspiration to help you come up with an option that showcases your style. READ MORE ......
This bat mitzvah added a modern spin on the the traditional candy theme for a SWEET and fabulous result! It had it all, from a 10 foot tall Gum Ball Machine DJ booth, to special performances by Jason Derulo and Travie McCoy from Gym Class Heroes. Sara Renee Events planned this amazing event, with photography by Magda Photo, decor by Always Flowers. READ MORE ......
“Maybe you’ll meet the woman you are going to marry today,” a friend of Steve’s joked as they walked along the golfing green at a benefit. Steve laughed and shook his head. He had other things to think about. Being the Assistant Minority Representative in the MN house of Representative brought enough to his plate, and it was not the day that he was going to meet “the one”. Especially at a golfing benefit. READ MORE ......
4 Steps to an Irresistible DIY Candy Dessert Bar!
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 ......
Fun is in the air at a carnival. It’s the kind of good time that most any group can get on board with.
If you are looking for a fun, whimsical theme for your bar/ bat mitzvah, wedding, or event, don’t be afraid to unleash your inner kid with a carnival reception. This is an especially great idea if you want to have a kid-friendly wedding.
There are practically unlimited possibilities for your food, decor, and entertainment.
Carnivals are nothing if not colorful. The key to pulling this off is to keep everything bright, cheerful, and inventive. Consider all the elements of a carnival. There’s games, popcorn, cotton candy, prizes, rides, and entertainers.
9 Fun Ideas for Candy Cakes
With all the sophisticated sweets that typically make an appearance at a wedding or bar/bat mitzvah, sometimes…Nothing compares to good, old-fashioned candy!
If candy is what you really want, don’t fight the urge. Candy cakes are fun and easy to make – not to mention delicious They’re also pretty budget friendly, whether you make it yourself (family fun day!) or decide to order one. If you are not particularly crafty, try these easy instructions from Monica of the blog Lick the Bowl. Kosher candy can be used for a kosher candy cake.