One of the first things we do when we discover we are expecting a baby is to start thinking about names for our unborn child. If you don’t know the sex of your child, you usually come up with a list of both boy and girl names.
We even spend time thinking about middle names and how they will sound when combined with our last names.
One thing we might have wanted to consider 13 years ago, when naming our children, is the Bar/Bat Mitzvah theme! Not all themes need to revolve around your child’s name or initials, but some children luck out and have the perfect name or initials to work with their theme.
For many families, choosing a Bar/Bat Mitzvah theme isn’t an easy task. Having a theme isn’t necessary for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebration, but it does tie all the party elements together.
We all want our children to be involved in the planning process, afterall, it will be a celebration of their hard work in becoming a Bar/Bat Mitzvah. But when you pose the question to your child, “What would you like your theme to be?” The most common response is usually the dreaded, “I don’t know.”
We hope by giving you some ideas, using almost every letter in the alphabet, we can help move the process along!
Andy Warhol turned into “Airy Warhol” for a Bat Mitzvah girl with the nickname “Airy” from Eventful Productions
Ben’s World Cup, photo JoJo Photos. To see more of this theme check out the Levy Bar Mitzvah Family Spotlight
Love Carly from Party Favorites blog
Dylan’s subway inspired theme By Dana
Rik Piks by Erica Shapiro created this logo for “Francie’s French Boutique”
Gabby’s Hoedown! To see more of this theme, check out this Mitzvah Inspire
Heshie’s Football Stadium from Linzi Events
iIan photo favors from NY Party Works
Love, Live, Lexi from Party Excellence
Mikayla’s Fanta-Sea designed by Mitzvah Mom Suzi. To see more ideas from this party, check out the Mikayla Rubenstein Bat Mitzvah Spotlight
Olivia’s Groovy Day courtesy of Chives Creative
Party With Parker was the theme for this Bar Mitzvah boy who even gave his venue the new address of 311 Park
His customized Website was created by Simon Elliot Events
Sarah In The City theme created by EJ The DJ
Taylor’s Tea Time from Marlyss & Stacey in Michigan
Veronica’s Wicked from Jaylor Favors
Did your child have a theme revolving around their name? Please share it with Mitzvah Market by sending it to us at info@MitzvahMarket.com.