NY Giants Football Theme Bar Mitzvah by Chad David Kraus Photography

Noah Glantz is a huge sports fan, whose favorite team is the New York Giants. What better way to show his fandom then by hosting a NY Giants-themed party for his bar mitzvah?! Chad David Kraus Photography captured the entire day, as well as some amazing pre-shots at Met Life stadium where the Giants play.

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Custom Invitations for your Wedding, Bar & Bat Mitzvah

Introduction to Custom Invitations

By Madison Berndt, Zuri Concepts

Vintage Wedding Invitations - Custom Designed

An invitation sets the stage for your event as it provides your guest a glimpse of what to expect. In addition to the specific details related to your affair, a well-designed invitation gives you the opportunity to showcase the theme and sets the tone for the event, be it casual or formal black tie. READ MORE ......

Fun Safari Animal Print Bat Mitzvah in New York

Funky zebra print at an elegant country club may seem unconventional, but Daniella’s Bat Mitzvah had a perfect balance of style and cool! Photography by 5th Avenue Digital.

Bat Mitzvah Westchester New York

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Photo Props and Cool Backdrops

6 Ideas To Jazz Up Your Photos Using Photo Props & Backdrops

Your wedding or mitzvah is a big special day, and you want to remember it FOREVER.  Goodness knows that the pictures are a big part of that.  They’re worth a thousand words, after all.  The problem is some of your guests may be a bit camera shy.  Even the willing ones might not feel especially relaxed in front of the lens.   What’s a host to do?  If you give the matter a little forethought, there are ways to bring out their inner Tyra Banks.  Cool props create a fun atmosphere and make photo taking part of the good times.  Not only that, they boost the energy and make for better, less self-conscious pics. READ MORE ......

A Chuppah to Fit Your Wedding Style

One of the most beautiful moments of any wedding is the time when the bride and groom are officially pronounced husband and wife. For Jewish couples, this takes place under a chuppah (huppah), or wedding canopy. Though the inclusion of a chuppah is traditional, the chuppah itself can be anything but!  In an age of endless possibilities, choosing a chuppah is no exception. Let your personality and interests guide you to a chuppah that is uniquely yours!

Orthodox Jewish Wedding Ceremony Quilted ChuppahPhoto: Ciro Photography via The Event of a Lifetime

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