Sweet Seats. Hang round paper table number tags from candy necklaces for a colorful, edible option!
Chalk it Up. A cleanly written list on a decorative chalkboard is green, and works well for sports-themed AND non-themed parties. Guests glance and go.
ConTEXT Clues. Mock smart phones show text language that matches centerpiece themes. XOXO marks your spot!
In the Picture. A Mitzvah kid “holds” guests’ seat assignments by photo magic. Personal and a fun way to use Mitzvah portraits!
Shellebrate, Good Times, Come on! For a beachy theme, use seashells as table names and as visual cues to your guests’ seats.
Want S’more? Cardstock marshmallow skewers point guests to their campfire station. No sticky mess!
Brush Up Get arty with paintbrush placecards. Guests find their names on the handles!
Off the Wall. Instead of cards on a table, an architectural element of the room serves as the holder for table numbers. Arty and space-saving!
No, Taylor Swift isn’t going to attend your child’s bar or bat Mitzvah. But if you invite some favorite celebrities, you might get congratulatory responses that will become meaningful mementos!
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: