If you’re having a rock and roll themed bar/bat mitzvah, your décor and party favors have to have your guests doing the boogity woogity. Want your rock and roll mitzvah to show up Woodstock? Follow these psychedelic ideas to make your party the jammy of the year.
Bar and Bat Mitvahs are all about the entertainment. Personalization and technology are overwhelmingly the two biggest influences when planning today’s bat and bar mitzvahs. Photo booths and hired dancers are pretty basic, but kids aren’t occupied by the same old song and dance. The kids need stimulating entertainment that engages them physically and intellectually. Kids love to be immersed in their entertainment of choice and activities. Here are seven entertainment ideas that will make your bat/bar mitzvah stand out both digitally and literally from the others.
Boys can be a handful when trying to pick a theme for their Bar Mitzvah. It can be hard for your son or nephew to find a theme that feels unique and less redundant than a “sports theme.” If your guy is into technology, and what thirteen-year-old isn’t, a tech themed event can be innovative and awesome.
You’ve been invited to your first bar or bat mitzvah and haven’t got the slightest clue about what to do or what goes on. A ‘mitzvah is a special ceremony that is loaded with tradition and history that is very unique and special. You want to be able to enjoy the cultural aspect, in addition to having an awesome time at the celebration that follows. On television bar/bat mitzvahs are depicted as humorous, but in all actuality they are a very serious and meaningful occasion for a Jewish family. “Bar/bat mitzvah” literally means “son/daughter of the commandments,” and represents a young Jewish man or woman becoming obligated to observe the commandments of Judaism. From the lingo used to proper etiquette, here’s everything you need to know.