Whether it’s a celebration for a player or a fan, a baseball themed Bar or Bat Mitzvah party is always popular. We’ve gathered some great ideas for you to put a stylish spin on this classic Mitzvah theme.
Check out these parties we’ve featured that are definitely in a league of their own!
Invitation/Save the Date/Service Program
The invitation for Brandon Grunberg was created by Mom Dara, owner of Dear Friends. The fabulous invitation was a wood plaque backed with a baseball image. When guests opened the custom black box it came in, they discovered the bottom was real turf and a pocket inside with all of the information about the weekend’s events
Jack Lesser's Save-the-Date card featured a baseball glove in the grass with the date printed on three balls
Zack Keller's ceremony program cover featured artwork of Zach's favorite baseball team and was created by artist and special friend Steve Szynal
Place Card/Decor/Candle Lighting
Custom vintage style marquee signage hung over the kids' lounge for the Raphaelson Bar Mitzvah
For the Selitto family, the entrance to their celebration was designed to look like an authentic baseball stadium
The chain link fence, retro pennants and clipboards gave the feel of a ball park
The Haft family used a baseball batting net to hold the place cards
This menu with very clever wording was perfect for a baseball themed Bar Mitzvah
The colorful sports themed candle lighting display included all of the Bar Mitzvah boy’s favorite teams
Did your child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration include a baseball theme? Let us know at info@MitzvahMarket.com.
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After attending hundreds of Bar and Bat Mitzvahs and planning my own kids' celebrations, I wanted to create a resource where Moms could share their ideas on unique candle lighting ceremonies,clever entrances, dealing with the Bar Bat Mitzvah service, managing vendors, out of the box invitations, meaningful Mitzvah Projects, and much more! We talk with hundreds of Moms from across the country to bring you the newest thinking in Bar and Bat Mitzvah planning. We hope you take these ideas and make them your own! Be sure to sign up for our newsletter and get fresh ideas every week. Enjoy, Sheri