We have featured many great ways that families have incorporated Halloween into their Bar and Bat Mitzvah celebrations.
Since Halloween is quickly approaching, we thought it was the perfect time to rewind and share.
Here are some spook-tacular ideas on how to incorporate tricks and treats into your Bar and Bat Mitzvah party.
Vintage horror movie posters lined the front of the venue featuring the “Horror”witz family who had themselves photo-shopped into each terrifying image. To read more about this Bar Mitzvah, click here
This creative invitation had Gothic font with clever wording.
To read more about this Boo-Mitzvah, click here
“Molloween” was the theme for Molly Steinberg. She and her family asked their guests to come in costume.
To read more about this Bat Mitzvah, click here.
Someone was hiding under the table! There’s a real arm coming out from the center showing guests funny quips.
To read more about the Wyner Bar Mitzvah, click here
The Weilheimer family celebrated a B’not Mitzvah on October 30th. While it was not a Halloween themed party, as the clock struck midnight, guests were sent home with lots of treats!
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The Becker family loves Halloween and the sweatshirt favors from The Mitzvah Mavens were packaged in traditional orange Trick or Treat buckets.
To read more about the Becker Bat Mitzvah, click here
Did you have a Halloween themed celebration? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.