Thank guests for celebrating with your Mitzvah kid by sending them home with clever, useful or delicious themed party favors. Here are some of our current faves:
Play Your Cards Right! For a gaming party or to entertain out-of-towners on the way home …playing cards are a winner!
Pinnies from Heaven. Lacrosse pinafores (boys and girls love ’em!) are a hot alternative to t-shirts.
Hey, Bud! Music lovers can snag zipper ear buds in a personalized pouch.
Cookie Monsters. Characters, logos, pictures… anything can be “cookiefied” to give guests a take-home treat.
Sock it To Me. Custom socks are a cute wearable reminder of a great weekend.
Throw Some Shade. Sunglasses with personalized lenses are a clever warm weather favor.
Bottoms Up. Pajama pants or shorts make a comfy guest giveaway.
For more party favor ideas, visit our FAVORite Favors Pinterest board.
Bar and Bat Mitzvahs are happening! Although different, they can be meaningful and special, and include ALL the guests you want. Of course, many of them can’t be in the same room. So, we’ve put together a list of vendors below that offer services to help you connect with guests no matter where they are. Daniel Espeut of Espeute Productions also supplied helpful tips for choosing a video production resource.
Most Atlanta families are welcoming non-Jewish family members and, at the very least, school and/or work friends who don’t know about much the Bar or Bat Mitzvah service. They may have never set foot in a synagogue before! Here’s are some of the best tips we’ve heard for welcoming and including non-Jews into the experience.