It used to be that tie dye brought on thoughts of the 1960’s and hippies, but we’ve seen lots of tie dye over the years and it’s become a popular theme or decor element for Bar/Bat Mitzvahs.
We recently saw tie dyed roses that we fell in love with! We felt an inspire on this trend was in order.
Check out all we found on the Web below:
These flowers are colored by injecting pigments into the stem using hypodermic needles – the beautiful roses were from a Bat Mitzvah celebration featured on Occasions Online Magazine
This colorful invitation has a touch of tie-dye from Stationary Station in Highland Park, Illinois
T-shirt covered tie dyed chairs from Culinary Crafts in Utah
Favor bags from Startrackinc in Farmingdale, New York
As we have reported in the past, (click here) these rubber tie dye water resistant watches are a great favor option
Tie Dye head covering from Mazel Tops Yarmulkes
Tie Dye invitations from Naptime Productions
Let Tie Dye Town come to your party – kids will have a blast making their own tie-dye favors
Boxercraft Tie Dye cotton sweatpants from LogoSoftwear.com
This Tie Dye Bat Mitzvah cake for Maddie is from Sweetricia’s in Atlanta
From MarlyssandStacey.com in Michigan the tie dye centerpiece on the left and gift box on right
If you have any tie dye ideas, let us know at email@example.com.