Add Meaning To Your Mitzvah With Your Invitations

We all want our children to have a meaningful Bar or Bat Mitzvah experience.

How about starting with your Bar/Bat Mitzvah invitations. is sharing 4 terrific options:

1. An invitations that fulfills a Mitzvah act, such as a donation to the Jewish National Fund

With each invitation purchased, a $5 donation is made to the Jewish National Fund. Guests will be honored to receive an invitation which supports such a worthy cause and a tree is planted in Israel or a water certificate is issued for each invitation purchased. A note is included on each invitation to indicate the donation was made in the guest’s honor.

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2. An invitation that is manufactured and printed in Israel

Declaring support for Israel through the purchase of Invitations manufactured and printed there. Mosaica Studios Invitations are available with a special imprint on the reverse side indicating their origin.

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3. An invitation of Recycled Paper Content

Invitations printed on recycled content papers show your commitment to the environment and are a perfect tie-in for a green Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

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4. An invitation that’s created especially for your special day

Designer’s Connection invitations offer the option to have a special dedication to the Bar/Bat Mitzvah printed on the back of each invitation, truly making your ensemble unique. This service is available at no extra charge with invitation purchase.

Invitations 4 less Prism also employs an in-house designer to assist with custom invitations and a Hebrew typesetter for invitations featuring as little as a name or date or as much as a full typeset of the invitation in Hebrew.

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