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Creative Ways To “Sign-In” At Your Child’s Bar Bat Mitzvah Celebration



“Sign-in” options for guests at Bar Bat Mitzvah celebrations have come a long way!

After our previous story, “Unique Ways To Sign-In,” we heard from many of our readers who were able to adopt these ideas and make them their own. Thank you, we love that!

Now we have a new batch to share with you….get your Sharpies ready!

Enjoy these creative options below….





Space: Sign-In

A giant tennis ball served as the sign-in board at Space, an event venue in New Jersey

Madison Goldberg sign in
Out of the Box NY used this clear acrylic box that held neon acrylic “tickets” with special messages for the Bat Mitzvah girl

Let's Party with Valerie sign in

Let’s Party with Valerie matches the sign-in design to the theme. This sign-in chair for a dance-themed Bat Mitzvah can be used after the party is over!

Flower Power sign in

The custom Basketball backboard sign-in by Flower Power Designs was photographed by Ira Casel

Hal Prince Music sign in

Hal Prince Music & Entertainment recently planned a rock-themed Bar Mitzvah for a guitar player. Rather than using a traditional sign-in board, they suggested using an actual guitar case so there would be a permanent reminder of this special day

Stacey Kesselman sign in

Stacey Kesselman of Exceptional Events designed a beach chair, cooler, and a book as “sign-ins” for a summer themed Mitzvah

LTA sign in

 A long gold mirror with a custom decal served as the sign-in for a Bat Mitzvah from Lighter Than Air

Hi-Tech: Creative Ways To Sign-In

This giant letter “A” sign-in is from Hi Tech Photography Events

Event of a lifetime sign in

The Event of a Lifetime designed an over-sized beanbag chair with the Bat Mitzvah logo for the sign-in


Guests were able to sign a Lucite box from Airgraphics created to hold very cool custom sneakers with all the Bar Mitzvah boy’s favorite teams on them

thecoolestgiveaways.com - sign-in 

For your sports loving Bar Bat Mitzvah child, The Coolest Giveaways can create large posters (above are baseball and hockey examples)

Sarah Merians: Unique Ways To Sign-In
A Ping Pong Table sign-in photographed by Sarah Merians Photography & Video

Max Miller Sign-In

The digital iSign board, created by Simon Elliot Events for a PBG Miller Immersive Environments iMax themed Bar Mitzvah, was designed to look like a giant “MaxBook” Pro computer

Steinberg sign in
The Steinberg family hired artist Stephanie Geezees, of Geezees Custom Canvas Art, to create artwork that was used as a sign-in board and is now hanging in the Bat Mitzvah girl’s bedroom

Balloon Artistry - Sign in
Balloon Artistry
creates acrylic boxes in any theme for Bar Bat Mitzvah sign-ins

sign in glitter nj
Glitter Events creatively used an actual drum as the sign-in board for a music themed Bar Mitzvah

Brick By Brick sign-in

Lego blocks surround this photo sign-in board by Brick By Brick

The Pieced Palette: Unique Ways To Sign-In
For Max, who loves NY sports, Knicks/Mets blue and orange fit the bill! The Pieced Palette printed his logo on the front and back of this pillow

Impressions Photo & Video

Jenna is standing next to her sign-in board created by Impressions Photo & Video using photos from her casual photo shoot

Baseball sign in oh so fab

From Oh So Fab and Chris Jorda Photography these baseball bases cleverly served as the sign-in

Tumbling Towers

Tumbling Towers is not only a game, but a clever idea for your child’s sign-in. The customized blocks come in different colors and sizes

 The J crew sign in board

From Save the Day Events: Three great friends, all with the first initial “J,” celebrated together in Israel as the “J” Crew. Their sign-in board was made to look like pin-striped oxford shirts with each boy having their own section

jackfathead sign in
This Bar Mitzvah family created a Fathead sign-in from Fathead.com. It’s now a keepsake that hangs on his bedroom wall

Patten Creations3

Patten Creation’s guestbook signature quilt is a wonderful way to collect the signatures and sentiments of your guests for your child’s special day

Did you child have a creative sigh-in board that you would like to share with MitzvahMarket.com? Let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com.

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