The Best Of…Mitzvah Family Spotlight Bar Bat Mitzvah Cakes
With over 300 Mitzvah Family Spotlight stories since 2008, and new features each week, we know it’s hard to remember everything these creative families have done to celebrate their child’s Bar Bat Mitzvah celebration.
Bar Bat Mitzvah cakes not only taste good, but can tie into your child’s theme, colors, name and even initials.
Here’s a round-up of some of the creative cakes that have been featured!
Bar Mitzvah Cakes:
Palermo Bakery created the delicious cake that incorporated Aden’s love of skateboarding for the Lewin family.
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What better way to celebrate a football fan's Bar Mitzvah than celebrating it on Super Bowl Sunday? Check out more of the Shapiro family's Bar Mitzvah here
Baked By Melissa cupcakes spelled out “Play Ball!” for Ryan’s Bar Mitzvah. Read more about this celebration here
Classical Caterers created a Bar Mitzvah cake to carry out Jared’s Bar Mitzvah theme of JTunes. Read about this celebration here
Mario’s Bakery created a terrific and delicious “Jersey” cake for this Bar 'Knickvah' celebration. Read about this celebration here
This cake came from The Pink Cake Box and perfectly embodied the Bar Mitzvah boy’s tropical island theme. Read more about this celebration here
Bat Mitzvah Cakes:
This cake was used at a celebration which took place on New Year's Eve with a "Abby New Year" theme. Read about this celebration here
Jennifer of Just Sweets Candy created Rachel’s candy cake from a variety of packaged candies. Read more this celebration here
This beautiful brown and pink cake is from Rudy’s Bakery. Phoebe is a shoe fanatic and the cake was surrounded by 13 couture shoe cupcakes to hold the candles for the candle lighting ceremony. Read more about this celebration here
Lilah loves animals! From the invitations to the cake, everything had a zebra, leopard, and/or giraffe print. Read about this celebration here
Charlotte Forman loves tennis and she celebrated with a clever theme. Check out the tennis racket cake topper, with CHARapova along the rim. Read more about this celebration here
Devon Reisman’s cake was a creation by TLC’s Cake Boss. It had five layers with three different flavors and was covered with edible creations that were all Devon’s favorites. Read more about this celebration here
This pretty cake was created by Hasson Caterers to tie-in with her Carly and the Chocolate Factory theme. Read more about this celebration here
Macen’s “Macebook” theme inspired The Crystal Plaza caterers to create this Bat Mitzvah cake. Read about this celebration here
Hasson Caterers provided this pretty cake featuring Bat Mitzvah girl Lindsay’s first initial "L." Read more about this celebration here
This beautiful Bat Mitzvah cake was baked by Homestyle Bakery and featured bling and a picture of the Stanley Cup. Read more about this celebration here
Kyra's cake was anything but ordinary! This cake tasted as good as it looked! Read more about this celebration here
Bari's cake was perfect for her Valentine's Day themed party. Read about this celebration here
For the Lokoff family, the Sofitel Hotel created a fake cake with neon splash paint to be used for the candle lighting, which included 4 candles: Past, Present, Future and one for Good Luck. Read more about this celebration here
The Kandel triplets celebrated with an Academy Award theme. Read more about this celebration here
For the Halpern family B’not Mitzvah, Sydney and Mimi worked with the pastry chef at Feast Your Eyes to design a cake that would mirror their event logo and party colors. Read more about this celebration here
The cake for this B’not Mitzvah was complete with their Dubble Trubble logo created by Jane Kantor. Read about this celebration here
This was one amazing pARty, enjoyed by family and friends! Read about this celebration here
We hope all these delicious cakes didn’t make you too hungry! Remember, if you are interested in participating in a Mitzvah Family Spotlight story, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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After attending hundreds of Bar and Bat Mitzvahs and planning my own kids' celebrations, I wanted to create a resource where Moms could share their ideas on unique candle lighting ceremonies,clever entrances, dealing with the Bar Bat Mitzvah service, managing vendors, out of the box invitations, meaningful Mitzvah Projects, and much more! We talk with hundreds of Moms from across the country to bring you the newest thinking in Bar and Bat Mitzvah planning. We hope you take these ideas and make them your own! Be sure to sign up for our newsletter and get fresh ideas every week. Enjoy, Sheri