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 boys and girls 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 or 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 or Bat Mitzvah theme isn’t an easy task. Having a theme isn’t necessary for a Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, but it does tie all the party elements together.
We all want our children to be involved in the planning process, after all, it will be a celebration of their hard work in becoming a Bar or 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!
Sweet Dreams Studio provided the photography for Arielle’s Aquarium themed Bat Mitzvah party at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland
It was a Boardwalk themed Bat Mitzvah for Brooke with decor by Marquis Florals and extra entertainment provided by The Main Event
Beth Fink Events planned a Cohny Island themed celebration which was a creative twist on the family’s last name
Diamonds was the theme for Leanna’s Bat Mitzvah celebration at her Mom’s venue called, SPACE
With the help of Lighter Than Air Events, Emily’s Bat Mitzvah theme centered around her first name and her love of Emojis!
This theme was “Emilytown” Cupcakes, inspired by the famous Georgetown Cupcakes in Washington D.C. DanceJock Productions provided the music, A Promos USA/Imagemaker provided the favors and Emily’s dress was from Outrageous Boutique
It was a Football theme for this Bar Mitzvah celebration by The Event Of A Lifetime
“The Great Gabby” was the theme of this Bat Mitzvah celebration and thecoolestgiveaways.com provided the drawstring bags and sweatshirts
Hats Off To Ross was the theme for this celebration. Tobo Foods truck provided the Mitzvah Exit treats
History of Hoops was the theme for this Bar Mitzvah celebration in Detroit
The theme was “Izzy’s Igloo” and Balloon Artistry created a balloon arch that resembled an igloo for guests to enter the venue
It was a Jamaican themed Bar Mitzvah under a tent at The Sands Atlantic Beach for this Bar Mitzvah boy
It was Jeans & Jewels for this celebration with a mechanical bull from NY Party Works
Lacrosse was the theme of this Bar Mitzvah with a LAX is Life logo
Mikayla Meltser used her initials m&m for her Bat Mitzvah theme. EK Productions provided the music entertainment, photography, videography, decor, favors, and extra entertainment. The Pieced Palette created the sign-in pillow
Noah’s Hall Of Justice was the theme by Extraordinary Productions
Olivia Morgan Goldstein had the perfect name for her “OMG” themed Bat Mitzvah celebration
A Pretty Little Liars theme for this celebration with favors from The Mitzvah Mavens
Peace, Love and Cupcakes was the clever theme for this celebration in Texas
Welcome to “Selitto Stadium” for this baseball themed celebration with EJ The DJ music, Invitations & Calligraphy by Andrea created the invitation, It Could Be Verse provided a candle lighting puzzle and Treat Me Sweet designed the candy buffet
Tyler Hill Camp is a great theme when your parents own a sleepaway camp! Todd Yahney Music Entertainment provided the candid photography, photo favors, lounge decor and up-lighting
Veronica’s Wicked from Jaylor Party Favors
Sophie celebrated with a “White Out” reception at H On The Harbor with photography by Stephen Andrews Studio
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.