Extraordinary Productions recently styled a Tommy Bahama surfing themed Bar Mitzvah. Their unique inspiration board was elegant with beachy vibes, exactly what this Bar Mitzvah boy and his family wanted! Extraordinary Productions, and the amazing vendor team, created a SoCal vibe in New Jersey.
The venue was The Crystal Plaza in Livingston, New Jersey, and the photographer was Andy Foster.
In the teen lounge there was a Tiki Bar which was a big hit! The shaka sign which means "hang loose" in the surfing community, was used on branding elements throughout the room
The view from above shows the hip teen lounge with white modern furniture including: metal chairs, bars and coffee tables, adding a masculine touch to this Tommy Bahama inspired décor
This surf board table was a big hit
In the ballroom there were dramatic floor-to-ceiling white draping with blue and green up-lighting. Shaka Gobos were projected with the logo
For adults, there were alternating illuminated square tables and custom rectangular wood tables. The wood tables were made exclusively for this party
The centerpieces included limes, white star fish and elephant ears
Julie Maloof Designs created the custom invitation and branded the party with the shaka sign
The color palette of blue and green set the tone with the custom place cards
We thank Phyllis Skolnick of Extraordinary Productions for sharing this great Bar Mitzvah with our readers.
Event Stylist: Extraordinary Productions; Venue: Crystal Plaza; Entertainment: Total Entertainment; Photography: Andy Foster Photo; Invitations/Branding/Party Planner: Julie Maloof Designs; Favors: Peace Love Graphics
Jodi Raphael Events out of Newton, Massachusetts, designed and planned all of the events for a Bat Mitzvah girl who wanted... Read More »
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