Modern Decor For A Vintage Baseball Bar Mitzvah Theme
The Paramount, a concert hall and event venue in Huntington, New York, was the perfect spot for the Raphaelson family of Woodbury, New York, to celebrate their son Max’s Bar Mitzvah.
Max is a loyal New York Yankees fan and wanted this to be his Bar Mitzvah theme. The family wanted a stylish spin incorporating the decor scheme. The Paramount was the perfect venue for this and with the help of The Showplace, an event design florist and decor company, they hit this one out of the park.
The photographer was Photography by: Denis Leon & Co.
Bar Mitzvah Service
As guests arrived they were welcomed by the large marquee announcing the main event
The kippot were placed in a vintage wooden box with baseballs
For the Bar Mitzvah ceremony, an area was sectioned off with draping and beautiful stained glass backdrops
The service was warm and inviting
The Bar Mitzvah Celebration
Guests received their 'tickets' at the ticket booth
The room was transformed with a sophisticated baseball decor, including pin striped linens
The kids' tables for this vintage baseball themed party had alternating centerpieces: vintage soda boxes and wheat grass, styled to resemble turf and baseball bats (http://www.mitzvahmarket.com/mitzvah-ideas/themes/modern-decor-for-a-vintage-baseball-bar-mitzvah-theme/)
Lockers with baseball silhouettes lined the walls
Custom vintage style marquee signage hung over the kids' lounge for the Raphaelson Bar Mitzvah
Baseballs displayed in glass vases with beautiful flowers for the adult tables
Plexi glass table numbers with red stitching to mimic a baseball
Flowers in the shape of a baseball with mitts
Baseball pennants hung around the bar
There was room for everyone on the dance floor at The Paramount
The candle lighting cake resembled a Yankee uniform shirt
Mini baseball helmets for the ice cream bar
As young guests were ready to leave, they received their favors in the 'locker room'
We thank The Paramount and the Raphaelson family for sharing this amazing Bar Mitzvah with our readers.
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