Your Mitzvah kid will likely be involved in many aspects of planning his bar mitzvah celebration. But shouldn’t something be left to discover on his big day? We think so. Here are some ways to surprise your guest of honor:
Invite Special Guests. If your child’s theme can be tied to a celebrity, popular character or sports mascot, why not have the real thing (or an impersonator) join the party? One recent basketball fan was surprised at her bat mitzvah by some Harlem Globetrotters who performed tricks with her! It was the highlight of her evening.
Truck and Treat. Hiring a food truck to park outside venue can be a WOW moment that extends the party vibe. Serve hot doughnuts, ice cream, pizza slices, or even breakfast – whatever your guest of honor loves!
Choreograph a Tribute. Whether it’s a flash mob of your Mitzvah kid’s besties, a crowd of cousins doing a karaoke serenade, or a sports team high five line, create a surprising moment by enlisting a crew.
Montage Cameos. Your teen may be expecting the usual parade of photos and loved ones in his montage, but what about including a video clip of his favorite relative who can’t travel, an adored celebrity, or camp counselor?
Balloon Pop. How about a shower of mini-balloons or confetti at the end of the hora that no one saw coming? Décor elements can also be surprising!
Remember that the day is all about your guest of honor, but he doesn’t need to know everything that’s going to happen. Surprise him with an unexpected moment to make a lasting Mitzvah memory! Jump into the APC Preferred Vendor Directory and start brainstorming with a talented and creative Mitzvah vendors now.
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Twins Jess and Bella became b’not mitzvah together at Congregation B’nai Torah. Proud parents Julie and Craig, and nearly 200 guests, were in attendance.
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!