Monday, December 23, 2013

Bar/Bat Mitzvah Planning

Bar/Bat Mitzvahs are a special time for children and their families. The tradition of following the religious Mitzvah ceremony with a celebration or party has become a recent trend. These tips will help planning your child's Mitzvah a little easier.
  • Booking the ceremony at your Synagogue should be the first step you take in the planning.
  • Decide whether to host the celebration at home, or somewhere else. If you do decide to hold the party somewhere else start looking for a banquet hall in NJ.
  • Make a list of the guests you and your child want in attendance. Keep the size of the party in mind to include family and your child's friends.
  • Hiring a DJ is always a good idea for these events as they can add a certain level of energy to a room.
  • If you or your child has a charity that is close to you, ask that instead of gifts donations be made to the charity instead.
  • Plan on the type of menu you and your child want. There are many Kosher offerings that you may like, but your child may not be interested in. When planning the menu you should consider both tastes.
  • Is there going to be a theme? It all depends on you and your child, but if you are going to have a theme plan on that as soon as possible.
  • Selecting invitations should be your last step and should include all the information that is listed above.

These tips will make sure that you, your child and your guests all have a terrific time. Enjoy the party and Mozel Tov on this big day.

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