Let’s face it, we eat so much at these Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebrations, do we really need dessert?
Many venues offer terrific dessert buffets and some even have beautiful, plentiful candy bars making the need for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah cake unnecessary.
But for the traditional candle lighting ceremony, some families want to have a formal cake so guests can light candles. Recently, a few readers have been asking us about alternatives, so we did some research and have come up many options, minus the formal cake!
See all that we found below:
From the Berger Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight, beautiful floating candles
For a skateboarding theme from Eventful Productions
Also from Eventful Productions, cleverly using campbell soup cans for an “Andy Warhol” themed Bat Mitzvah
This Bar Mitzvah boy loves the piano and his candle lighting ceremony resembled keys of a piano from John Canning Fine Art Photography
In this cooking candle lighting, guests all place an ingredient into a bowl. To see the results, check out this Mitzvah Inspire
For this candle lighting ceremony, each special guest was invited to come up and receive an “Emmy” (Emily’s nickname). To see more, visit the Alexander Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight
A Broadway themed candle lighting from Confetti Events
From Z Event Group is this Avatar themed party. Instead of a cake they did a giant cupcake surrounded by smaller cupcakes as candle holders
A selection of different sized round candles were used for the Nussbaum Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight
From Fos Decor Center, here is a more formal look with candles in beautiful holders
Ribbon Box Events brought to life this Mardi Gras theme with this candle lighting display
This Rock n Roll themed Bar Mitzvah used a candle lighting display from Balloon Artistry
From Etsy’s Name With Flame, your name can hang in your room after your celebration!
Did you have an unusual candle lighting display? Let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com.