If your Mitzvah kid’s favorite place on earth is camp, take the party there, or bring that camp feeling to your chosen venue with these campy celebration ideas.
Est. 2016. A camp emblem Mitzvah logo can set the tone for everything from dance floors to hoodies!
Hi Mom Menus. A clever card details the menu while mimicking camper notes home.
Cabin Fever. Kids’ lounge areas can feature bunk bed hangouts.
Want S’more? Classic s’mores are the ultimate camper party fuel.
Tie-Dyed Toppers. Bring some arts and crafts flair to the service.
Happy Trails. Send guests home with an edible treat: a trail mix they build themselves!
Light it up. A camper essential becomes a flashy favor!
Daytime or evening? While most families still opt for a nighttime soiree, many wonder about the merits of an afternoon Mitzvah celebration when planning the big weekend. There are several advantages to afternoon affairs, and things to consider, when picking your party time:
The relatives have gone home, the leftovers are in the fridge and your Mitzvah kid is happily Instagramming about the big mitzvah weekend. If you’re like many parents, you’ll be feeling the post-simcha let down. Not to worry! There are still more things for you to do related to the bar mitzvah, believe it or not!