There are many details and creative ways to make your child’s Bar Bat Mitzvah celebration unique and memorable.
Table numbers can be one of those! They are essential if you are not doing open seating or a club lounge set up.
Whether they’re hanging, floating, edible or funky, table numbers have become a great way to incorporate your theme and make your guests proud to sit at their table!
There are many creative ideas out there. Look at our previous story here and take a look at some new ideas we have found below:
From the Lindsay Silverman Mitzvah Family Spotlight, this family used photos of the Bat Mitzvah girl at various ages as table numbers!
Sarah Merians Photography & Video sent us these pretty table numbers that match the flowers used in the centerpieces
Total-Party created this book centerpiece for a Bar Mitzvah boy’s book of life theme starting with Chapter 1 for Table 1!
A football themed table number from One of A Kind Party Design
Simcha Events created ice sculptures in the form of hockey helmets with the Bar Mitzvah boy’s favorite numbers on them
For a butterfly theme, Two Thirds Design Shop creates these table numbers on Etsy
Oh So Fabulous event planners used this fun table number for a recent event
The Portrait Shoppe helped create these table numbers for a guest of honor that loved all types of movies
Linzi Events had airplanes flying over each table to signify where guests should sit
Balloon Artistry shows us table numbers not only incorporating the Bar Bat Mitzvah child’s picture, but also their favorite TV shows!
Occasionsonline featured a baseball themed Bar Mitzvah with baseball phrases etched on pendants
Creative Events Charlotte used dancing styles for each table number for a dance themed Bat Mitzvah
The table numbers were matched to individual starfish place cards. All of these were for a Bat Mitzvah at The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
The 8 yard line is this table’s number for a football themed Bar Mitzvah from North Shore Photography
The Cookie Girl Bake Shop created these cookie table numbers for a Bat Mitzvah girl with the initials “BFF.” Her theme was texting, and pictured above is the OMG table
This Bat Mitzvah was a real treat, with a décor plan that centered on all that was “pretty tasty in pink.” Philadelphia-area event design boutique La Petite Fleur created candy shoppe centerpieces that incorporated the table numbers as a design element. Die-cut gold-glitter numbers were suspended from the sticks of pink swirl suckers and secured on top of candy canisters with pink satin. Photo Courtesy of La Petite Fleur
For this Bat Mitzvah from Lifetyme Photo & Video, words like Peace and Love were used as the table names
This idea is from Flower Power Designs for a “Mollywood” themed Bat Mitzvah. Each young guest received an “Oscar” (left) that told them what “movie” table they were sitting at (right)
Dazzling Parties created these table numbers for brothers who had a basketball themed Bar Mitzvah
Did you have a great Table Number idea? Send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.