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Mitzvah Inspire: Project Runway

Is your child a fan of the popular reality show, “Project Runway?” Or even just an aspiring fashion designer?

 

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Atlanta Occasions Magazine once again featured a great Bat Mitzvah on their website that we had to share with our Mitzvah Market readers. This young woman is a budding fashion designer, so she could think of no other theme suitable for her upcoming Bat Mitzvah than her very own spin on Lifetime’s hit TV show.

What makes it even more special is that all event planning and design was done by her Mom, Michelle Nathan! If you would like to use her fabulous services, just email her at MNathan101@aol.com.

All the vendors are based in Atlanta and include: Chuck Robertson Photography,  decor by Tulip and T-shirts from the Atlanta T Shirt Factory. Enjoy!

 

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Colorful signage that hung from the draping

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The place cards were fashion illustrations by the Bat Mitzvah girl

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The table decor was colorful and creative – this centerpiece included a  lamp with scissors and a spool of thread – all the chairs had boas on them

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The centerpieces are simple but colorful – wrapped boxes with votives and single carnations

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The dessert bar all “dressed up”

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The T-shirt giveaways had Project Runway host Tim Gunn’s favorite  catchphrase “Make it Work!”

To see another Mitzvah Inspire from Atlanta Occasions Magazine, click here.

 


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