Tie A Bow, an event planning firm in Dallas, Texas, recently created a East-West themed B’not Mitzvah for two sisters who were a year apart and very different from each other.
Party planner Jennifer Barry Watkins created a pink, orange and turquoise color palette that was creative, bright and beautiful.
The venue was Temple Shalom in Dallas, Texas, and the photographer was Andy DeStena, Photography by DeStena.
The service programs were printed in the pink, orange and turquoise color palette
The place card display mimicked a ticket counter. Some of the guests were directed to tables with a New York theme and others
to a Los Angeles theme
Cute embellishments were on place cards like the Empire State Building or taxi cabs for the East Coast. For the West Coast there were palm trees, movie reels, sunglasses and stars
The fun continued as party goers left the cocktail area and made their way into the ballroom walking under a balloon arch entrance
Both coasts were represented with the logo and each table was named after a famous New York or Los Angeles street
The food stations were equally represented: Taco for the West Coast and…
A New York State of Mind display for the Italian buffet
The logo on the DJ booth was bi-coastal
A New York City decor element
The L.A. display complete with a palm tree, surf board and a movie reel
The kids’ tables were decorated with light-up vases and colorful silhouettes of the New York skyline
Palm tree silhouettes were placed on the center of the West Coast tables
DJ P Love and dancer Fenton kept the kids from both coasts moving all night
The candy popcorn bar matched the fun party colors
The logo was also incorporated into the t-shirt favors, a perfect ending to great night
We thank Jennifer of Tie A Bow for sharing this creative B’not Mitzvah with our readers.