Bar Mitzvah Planning Service
Bat and Bar Mitzvahs are important events in the Jewish faith. They symbolize when young girls and boys, respectively, make important transitions into adulthood. For example, a Bar Mitzvah invitation gets created when a boy turns 13. The resulting party marks his official move into manhood. Since girls mature faster than boys, their Bat Mitzvahs happen at age 12. Both ceremonies often include reading from the Torah. If you’re preparing to celebrate a Bat or Bar Mitzvah, we can help with all the planning.
Take Snapshots of the Special Day
Regardless of the number of attendees or the theme a guest of honor chooses, don’t forget to hire a skilled person to be responsible for all Bar Mitzvah photography. The ceremonial celebration symbolizes that a boy is now responsible for all his religious and moral decisions. Therefore, for people of Jewish descent, this milestone is almost as important as a wedding day. Hire a person who has ample patience and expertise and can set up the perfect shots, whether the guest of honor is alone or with family members or friends.
Some photographs may incorporate memorable Bar Mitzvah themes to become treasured keepsakes that families enjoy for generations. That’s why it’s so important to find a photographer who ideally understands this rich tradition of the Jewish faith and knows the techniques necessary for getting beautiful shots without being intrusive.
Choose a Fun Theme
Although these Jewish celebrations happen when young people become adults within the confines of their religious beliefs, there are still many opportunities to pick a lighthearted theme for the festivities. Our experts at Elizabeth Sofia Creations know that coming up with Bat Mitzvah party ideas isn’t easy and it can sometimes be a little stressful. Thanks to our guidance, you can feel confident you’ve selected a theme that fits with the guest of honor’s personality and style. We can also let you know what other families chose for themes, allowing you to know what has worked well in the past and to give it your own spin. The theme you go with ultimately might dictate the way your Bat Mitzvah invitations look, the kinds of foods you serve, and even the amount of money in your budget.