Many families are having one service and one celebration for their twins or siblings close in age.
What to do when it comes to planning for two? Whether it’s twins, sisters, brothers or one of each, many are holding double simchas!
We have gathered many great ideas from a variety of Mitzvah vendors who have come up with clever ways to make each child feel special.
It might be daunting to figure out how to put two names on an invitation in a creative way. We hope the examples below will give you some inspiration!
Real Card Studio gives each child has their own invitation side by side with a center pocket for all the related details. Yellow and silver is a great gender-neutral color combination for a B’nai Mitzvah
Proper Notice created a beautiful invitation for a boy and girl
Also from Proper Notice, a two sided invite
Also a great color combination for a boy and girl from Write Next Door
Write Next Door also created this “circus” theme invite for a brother/sister
It’s hard enough to find one Mitzvah outfit, but when there’s two, it can be even more difficult. Check out how these twosomes coordinated below!
From Karen Ard Photography, here’s a Bnai Mitzvah for first cousins
From photographer Wendy Robinson, these twins are celebrating “Lucky 13” with different shirts and ties
Here are some ideas for letting your guests know where to sit!
The Krantz Family used a cute picture of the boys taken when they were younger for the place card table
The Weilheimer Family had backstage passes printed up for their rock theme using both girls names
Sometimes it’s the special touches that are the most clever!
We love this iTwins theme from Mitzvah Event Productions
The party sign for these twins Rachel and Adam read,”Twin Bottling Company” from La Soiree Chic
A clever way to have guests sign-in for both guests of honor!
From Balloon Artistry a movie poster theme sign-in for two!
The Kratz Family used two lockers as the sign-in board for their twin boys
A unique and clever favor idea when the giveaway is from two!
Why not have each child design one side of a reversible sweatshirt! The black side says, “Think We Not Me” and the gray side says, “Peace In Our World” from Steffsstuff2@aol.com
The cakes below were all created for B’nai Mitzvahs. Whether it’s two boys, two girls or one of each, their likes and interests were well represented!
Pink Cake Box created this cake for a B’nai Mitzvah of twin boys. Their theme was Ben’s and Oliver’s world and the cake represented their respective interests
Carlo’s Bakery aka the Cake Boss created this beautiful cake for twin girls. He even captured their Mitzvah dresses as the toppers!
This amazing ski slope birthday cake was made by Angie Hough
The Cake Boss was asked to make a cake that had a hockey table with figures that could actually be played!
Here are a few Mitzvah Project ideas from twins, a brother/sister and triplets!
Check out Dear Soldier
Check out Reaching Out To Help Out
Check out Blythedale Hospital
Did you throw a celebration for twins and/or siblings and have a great idea? Let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com.