Bar Mitzvah logos are gaining in popularity, not just because they illustrate your teen’s passions and personality. Incorporating a logo into an invitation suite always makes a strong statement. But there’s much more you can do! A logo treatment can help crystallize a theme and provide a cohesive through-line for celebration décor. Jen Leitman Designs shows some recent favorite designs and clever ways yake celebration decor pop!
Show us a Sign: Illuminated signage or projections featuring your logo take a blah wall to brilliant and define venue spaces
Delicious Design: A high-flying logo looked appealing on moon pies that served as guest favors.
Seating Settings: This ocean-themed circular design created colorful escort cards for seating.
Floor & Décor: A brilliantly colored dance floor wrap placed this logo center stage.
Accent on Color: This graffiti-inspired design brightened up cocktail napkins used at the celebration and custom postage that can go on save-the-dates through thank you notes.
Sign Us Up: LED or candles shine through the logo on these tabletop votive holders and banners brighten up the venue’s entryway.
One of the top questions I’m asked by Mitzvah parents is, “Do I really need a planner?” We’ve asked expert bar and bat mitzvah planners at the top of their game what they do, how they do it, and what to look for in a planner relationship.
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: