The football quarter and semi-finals are coming up meaning Super Bowl Sunday is almost here! Let’s step away from making game-day plans and menus (for just a moment!) and start thinking about planning a football theme for your next bar / bat mitzvah or party!
Here are 10 Ideas for a Football Theme Bar Mitzvah:
Cutie Patootie Custom Football Texture Bar Mitzvah Invitation Suite
Before you can host a football-themed affair, you have to invite guests! This custom invitation suite by Cutie Patootie Creationsis the perfect kick off for the event. The football leather texture pattern really sets off the invite! READ MORE ......→
Whether you’re a ski or snowboard aficionado, hosting an affair in the winter, or simply love the cold weather, a winter-themed party is a great way to incorporate your love into your big day, no matter if it’s a bar or bat mitzvah, Sweet 16, wedding or any kind of event! Here are some ideas to showcase this cool theme.
There is so much you can do with a NYC Party Theme! Buildings, landmarks, parks, neighborhoods, bridges, colors, food, taxis….the list goes on and on. Which means the possibilities to express your creativity are endless!
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Top off the NYC theme by hosting your event at one of the NY iconic event spaces.
Located in the heart of Times Square, Edison Ballroomis a premier event space. Its renovation preserves the spectacular modern art deco decor.
Interactive Entertainment Group, a nationwide direct source and full service event production company, has the experience and offerings to make your event memorable and fun for all!
They produce unforgettable events for their clients featuring the following elements: DJ’s/MC’s, photo favors, lighting, cocktail hour entertainment, light-up lounges, specialty acts, interactive games, montages, entrance videos, fun food carts and a variety of craft and party favors. READ MORE ......→
Choosing the right party favor for a bar/bat mitzvah is no easy feat. You want to give something memorable and unique that won’t be tossed into the trash within a few days. Plus, there’s a constant stress of spending too much money only to find out it’s something the kids won’t like or use. Don’t fret about party favors anymore! Make a customized LED shirt to give out at your upcoming bar/bat mitzvah.
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Flashion Statement creates awesome light-up shirts that use a small hidden battery pack to animate the design. Simply insert 2 AA or 2 AAA batteries, flip the switch, and amaze everyone! The shirts are easy to wear, easy to wash, and are guaranteed to make your bar/bat mitzvah stand out.
With trendy favors and fashionable takeaways, sometimes the goodbye is just as good as the party! Weddings, Bar & Bat Mitzvahs are sending guests off in style, with personalized mementos and useful gifts to creatively commemorate the special day!
What ends a day better than candy? It brings party favors back to the days of childhood birthdays and “goodie bags,” with the added excitement of self-serve buffets and colorful candies…like this bright pink and orange CandyWarehouse display. READ MORE ......→
Creative Ideas for a Music Theme Bar & Bat Mitzvah, Wedding, Sweet 16 or Party
A love of music is universal. For many it is a passion in life that translates into collecting, creating, learning to DJ, writing, singing, and more. If you have a wedding, bat/bar mitzvah or party coming up, a music theme might be perfect for you.
Music Theme Bar & Bat Mitzvah Logo by Cutie Patootie Creations
Sarah is collecting sweatshirts to donate, including bar & bat mitzvah sweatshirts, school, camp and team sweatshirts that kids have outgrown or no longer wear.
The organization is called Hoods that Help and she will be donating to different organizations throughout the year. The first organization Hoods That Help will be collecting for is “Person to Person” in Darien, Connecticut.
She has put a drop box at a local store, Shuppee in the Village Yard in Chappaqua, and Melisa is happy to collect them as well and get them to her.
18 is a spiritual number in the Jewish culture. Gifts are often given in multiples of 18, symbolizing the gift of life and good luck. In 2013, the number 18 became even more significant for my husband Jeff and me, representing the unforgettable day our daughter Liya was born, on October 18.
To make Liya’s first birthday celebration even more special and meaningful, we decided to combine her party with her Jewish baby naming ceremony. Being the superstitious Jew that I am, we never had a baby shower, so this event was a way to FINALLY celebrate our beautiful baby girl with all of our loved ones. Planning Liya’s baby naming inspired me creatively, and allowed us to create an event that was truly personal and memorable. READ MORE ......→