At most Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebrations, there is a book or board or something else creative so guests can “sign-in” and leave a special message for the Bar/Bat Mitzvah child.
We recently told you about a new trend in the “sign-in” board/book world, this one was digital and it’s called, The iSign!
Now we are bringing you other inspirational ways to sign-in and be unique!
From Party Excellence, this puff fabric frame (outside is 24″ x 32″ and the inside is 15″ x 20″) can be written on with markers and then hung in your child’s room with a Bat Mitzvah picture in the center
A Diva With A Fork created a star-studded Bat Mitzvah. These custom two-dimensional, 6 foot pink glittered statues flanked the doors to the entrance of the ballroom. Sharpie pens tied with black satin ribbon were attached to one of the statues for guests to use for signing. This unique sign-in board now resides in the Bat Mitzvah girl’s bedroom as a loving reminder of her big day and all who attended!
A picture is mounted in the center of a mirror to create a sign-in mirror from Hi-Tech Photography Events
From the Lustberg Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight: This family had sunflowers painted on a large glass bowl and asked guests to write messages on matching paper. Those notes later went into a scrap book and the glass jar is being used in their home
From The Pieced Palette, your logo or invitation is printed on fabric, then it is mounted taut so that it can stand on an easel at your party for your guests to sign. After the party, the fabric is made into a comfy floor pillow for lounging
Still one of our favorites! Use your child’s bedroom closet door as the sign-in. This idea is from the Barzilay Bar Mitzvah Family Spotlight
From The Kratz B’nei Mitzvah Family Spotlight, a sign-in locker
From the Nussbaum Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight: This cell phone chair matched their theme and is now in the Bat Mitzvah girl’s room as a piece of furniture
From The Margolis Bar Mitzvah Family Spotlight: This jersey was framed in a plexiglass frame and guests signed-in right over the jersey
Also from Party Excellence, a mailbox was used and guests were asked to write their special messages on customized postcards
Sign-in on a surfboard from Surfboard Beach Art
Sign-in right on a guitar. This example is from The Lowinger Bar Mitzvah Family Spotlight
From The Morris Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight: This sign-in board was stocked with postcards from Long Beach Island (the theme), and guests were encouraged to “Drop Beckett a Line” by signing a postcard and dropping it into a red crab trap (complete with a big old crab)
Is your child into Science? How about signing in on a lab coat! This idea is part of a future Mitzvah Inspire story from 2 Sweet LLC
Did you have a unique way for your guests to sign in that you can share with our readers? Let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com.