Flowers are a big part of weddings, and whether you decide to keep it simple or have blooms brimming from every corner, you want the arrangements to reflect your style and the tone of your event. This is easier said than done, and finding a skilled florist who can work within your budget can be quite a task.
There are four key factors to consider when hiring a florist for your Jewish Wedding.
Floral Tablescape by Showplace Floral & Event Design
Brian’s Bar Mitzvah took place on May 9th, highlighting “The Journey of a Boy” and celebrating his growth into manhood. The innovative party was designed and styled by Swank Productions and captured by 5th Avenue Digital.
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!
Remember the days when the Coke & Pepsi game was the highlight of any Bat Mitzvah? Well, let Rachel’s party be a reminder to you of just how fun those days were!
This throwback party, planned by Melisa Imberman of The Event Of A Lifetime and decorated by Xquisite Flowers & Events, was held at CV Rich Mansion in White Plains. Guests were transported back in time with nostalgic trivia games, a scavenger hunt, and a giant Connect Four.
Many families want their children to participate in the religious ceremony of becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah, even if they don’t belong to a synagogue. Such was the case for a recent client of Showplace Floral & Event Design. The creation of a temple ambiance in The Paramount venue – where the party would be celebrated immediately after the ceremony – is absolutely amazing! See for yourself…
8 Chanukah Activities for Children – One for Each Night!
Kids LOVE Hannukah! What’s not to love? They get eight nights of fun gifts, play games, and eat lots of chocolate and jelly doughnuts. It’s a dream come true! So it’s a perfect opportunity for parents to get their children involved and excited.
Here are some products and activities to help kids learn about Hannukah while having an amazing time.
As you celebrate Hanukkah, there are so many ways to make the customs and traditions your own, personalizing them in a way that is unique to your family and loved ones. Here are 5 of our favorite ideas!