Mitzvah Project Décor: Celebrating Good Works

Bar Mitzvah celebration décor can be spectacular or subdued, but it always strives to show your Mitzvah kid’s personality. What about showing his heart, too? Consider incorporating elements of meaningful Mitzvah projects, either at the Kiddush luncheon or at the celebration itself. Here are some creative ways to do it:

Canstruction Centerpieces
Structure canned goods as eye-catching center of the table décor, or use them to create a seating card table or kids’ bar.


Can Tab Candleholders
Repurposed can tabs can reflect light of candles or battery-operated lights that add atmosphere.

Art on Display
Collected art supplies like crayons, markers and construction paper stacks make for colorful decorations before being donated. 

Book It
Stacks of collected books can be grouped by color and bound with matching ribbon or twine to make a statement at the center of guest tables.

Pic it Up
No tangible things as part of your teen’s Mitzvah project?  Document the activities and display pics in an unique way to attract guests’ attention. 

For more Mitzvah project inspired décor, check out our Pinterest board.



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