Mitzvah Market was created on the idea of Mom-to-Mom advice!
We love receiving our readers email questions and if we do not have the answers, we will go to the experts (our readers) for some advice.
Many of our readers are celebrating a Bar/Bat Mitzvah for their twins or children close in age. It’s challenging enough to plan a party for one child, we can only imagine how much more complicated it gets when there are multiples involved.
A reader recently wrote in for some help. She is planning a B’nai Mitzvah for her son and daughter and they are having trouble coming up with a theme that works for both of them.
He’s into sports and she’s into the usual girly things. Do any of our readers have advice or a suggestion on a theme?
Please let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com. We will pass along the results to our reader and post them below.
Thank you for your help!
Don’t hesitate to write in if you have a question we can help you with.
“We helped a friend in a similar situation and ended up with a “Have A Ball!” theme. Their son’s theme is all sports (soccer, basketball & baseball) and their daughter’s all elegance! They’re planning really cute Save the Dates! Anything under 13 ounces can be mailed relatively cheaply without an envelope (check out this blog), so they plan to send actual bouncing balls to their son’s friends and plastic Cinderella slippers to their daughter’s (both ordered from Dollar Tree). Family and friends without children will receive a more traditional Save the Date. Both will have the same wording “You’ll Have a Ball at <Child’s Name> Mitzvah! Save the Date <Date>!”
— Diane, Name With Flame