Who better to find the latest and greatest for all things Bar Bat Mitzvahs than our own Mitzvah Moms!
Wait till you see what this Mitzvah Mom and her sister created for Ellie’s Bat Mitzvah.
“My sister Donna and I have been creating centerpieces and decorations for family events for years,” Susan Golden tells Mitzvah Market. My sister has a degree in fashion design and I just love to craft and create things. We wanted to do something a little ‘out of the box’ for my daughter’s Bat Mitzvah. I knew it would be easier (and a lot less pressure on myself) to hand it over to a party decorator but I am a stickler for details and I knew my sister and I were up for the challenge. We decided on the theme “Everything Ellie,” and decorated mannequins in couture representing all of her favorite things.”
It took Susan and her sister four months to create these centerpieces and now that the party is over, they thought someone else might be able to use these works of art. It’s easy to switch out photos and initials for another Bat Mitzvah girl. If you are interested in buying any of the below or would like more to be made, just email Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This wired mannequin, covered in rhinestones and fake flowers, was displayed next to the place card table
Custom Bat Mitzvah Centerpieces
Centerpieces By Bat Mitzvah Girl Ellie
Bat Mitzvah girl Ellie is also very talented and she created the candy mannequins below. They are made of styrofoam and covered in candy couture with tulle skirts. They are 15 inches in height and were used on the kids’ tables on top of white cake plates.
All of the themed mannequins can be adjusted in height. The can be anywhere from 52 inches to 64 inches. Each mannequin stand is glittered in either black or white.
Again, if you are interested in buying any of these centerpieces or would like more to be made, just email Susan at email@example.com.
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