When using lighting as part of your Bar/Bat Mitzvah decor, why not add your child’s name, theme or interests in lights!
A “gobo” is a special metal or glass disc that goes into the light fixture to produce the desired pattern.
Having a visual projected onto the dance floor or as a backdrop on walls has a big “wow” effect…and not for a huge expense.
It can be done by your entertainment company, photographer or event planner. The example to the left is from Brad Austin Florals.
Palace Party Rentals used the Bar Mitzvah boy’s name facing each direction on the dance floor
NY Lounge Decor created a hip design on the wall for this Bat Mitzvah celebration
Interactive Entertainment Group created a gobo using the Bar Mitzvah boy’s name “Joseph” in all versions
We like the unusual fonts on this gobo from Sonia Sharma Events
From the Siegel Bar Mitzvah Family Spotlight, this Bar Mitzvah boy had an entertainment theme
This gobo from Sara Jordan Photography captured all interests of the Bar Mitzvah boy
Party Harty created this gobo on the wall with great impact
MDM Entertainment projected this dance gobo onto a fabric backdrop
For a B’nai Mitzvah, a “Sisters” gobo from Jesse Hernandez Photography
For cool gobo for a club theme from Tasty Sounds DJ
Studio 4 Event Productions created images of the sun along with the child’s name
A B’nai Mitzvah for Maya & Lee with a great font from Curtis Dahl Photography
Did you use a great gobo for your child’s celebration, please let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com.