Bar Bat Mitzvah candle lighting ceremonies are a tradition many families like to include in their child’s celebration.
Whether you are lighting one candle or thirteen, you’ll need a display. Some families are opting for creative alternatives to a traditional Bar Bat Mitzvah cake and candle lighting.
Here are some unique ideas we found, and you can see more in our past Unique Candle Lighting Display story:
Lighter Than Air Events created a booth for the Olympic rings candle lighting display
Floating candles and custom name cutouts in navy blue glitter from Balloon Artistry
A beautiful and colorful cupcake display photographed by Sarah Merians Photography & Video
White votive floating candles were displayed in clear vases for this candle lighting at Space
Thirteen pillar candles spelled out JUST JORDAN 2/1/14 from Flower Power Designs
Party Art created a candle lighting display in green sparkle for Julia
From Le Magnifique Events, a winter candle lighting display for a hockey themed Bar Mitzvah
A surfboard candle lighting at The Sands at Atlantic Beach
Bar Mitzvah boy Alex enjoyed a Puzzle Candle Lighting ceremony from It Could Be Verse
Meisner Acrylic Casting created an art palette in lucite. Each guest that was honored during the candle lighting ceremony came up and filled the palette with colored glass that the family found at Michaels. Each guest then received a bud vase that was etched with the Bat Mitzvah girl’s logo and Bat Mitzvah date
Simon Elliot Events created a 4 x 8 illuminated framed piece of artwork for this Yankee themed celebration. Each guest was called up by a Bob Shepard voice impersonator and the plasma screen read, “Now Batting”…with their name. As they lit each candle, a button was pressed and a different section of Yankee Stadium became illuminated
Rather than having a traditional 13 candle lighting ceremony, Amanda chose to honor her family and friends while lighting three beautiful candles. Parties! Rare to Well Done created the pretty candle holders. See more in the Hally Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight story
Adams Creative Images put Sarah’s name in lights
“Tennis anyone?” from Party Perfect Events
A creative candle lighting display based on Baked by Melissa. Mom Sharon found cupcake candles and candle holders at the dollar store and made a wooden sign with her daughter’s name from materials she bought at AC Moore
Linzi Events incorporated different shades of pink for this feminine and chic candle lighting display
Did you have a unique candle lighting display without a cake? Email us as email@example.com.