By Molly Alexander
Hi! My name is Mölly. I’ve recently started going to Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and I’m so excited to start writing about them. I love attending Bar/Bat Mitzvah parties because I feel like each celebration has a unique touch, and I love finding out what it is! I’m excited to bring my perspective to MitzvahMarket.com.
On Saturday, I attended my camp friend, Casey’s, Bat Mitzvah. It was a gorgeous party, very roomy for the guests and she looked amazing the entire night.
For her service, she wore a beautiful, silver strapless ball gown dress. At one point during the party she changed into an adorable silver ensemble, consisting of a bedazzled bustier with a tight silver skirt. Throughout the whole night she looked gorgeous.
Something unique and different I found at Casey’s was a photo booth from Superstar Photobooths, customized for her party with her logo on it. I found this clever because it was more convenient than your average photo station. The photo booth printed two copies of the photos you take, and they were easy to take home. I took about five or six turns in the photo booth with my camp friends and I came home without a huge stack of photos. The photo strips are sweet to hang up, frame, and put in scrapbooks and journals.
Another unique and fun thing I found at Casey’s was her lovely performance. She and her sisters are amazing dancers, so at one point during the party, they performed for the guests, doing a pop mix in their adorable outfits. It was a great performance and it was something I had never seen done before.
I also loved her sweatshirt favor because it’s cropped with thumb holes! It’s also super warm, cute and comfortable!
Clockwise from top left: Her logo was the C & G, the left hand sleeve read, “It’s All Good,” with the date of her party, the sweatshirt was cropped at the bottom, the sleeves had thumb-holes
All in all, I had an amazing time celebrating with Casey and I know she did too! Mazel Tov to Casey and her family!
Read Molly’s first post here.
About Molly Alexander
I’m in 7th grade at Seven Bridges Middle School in Chappaqua and I love to write. Every summer since 2010, I’ve been writing a summer column in my local newspaper. I also do Bat/Bar Mitzvah reports on Instagram. Follow me @mitzvahgirl!
I will mostly likely attend 60-80 Bat/Bar Mitzvah celebrations before I finish eighth grade. I am so excited to be writing for Mitzvah Market!