Bar and Bat Mitzvah themes can be reflected in every element of your child’s celebration, from the invitation to decor to the menu and favors.
Since another Bar and Bat Mitzvah season is upon us, we are here to help you and your child in the search for the perfect theme.
Here is a list of some of the most popular Bar Bat Mitzvah themes, we hope they inspire you!
Baseball was the theme which is Bar Mitzvah boy Casey’s passion. This party was done with a vintage feel and his logo, “Casey@ the bat” was taken from the famous baseball poem, “Casey at the Bat” written by Ernest L. Thayer. To read more about this celebration, click here
Zach’s Mom was involved with the decor and favors around ZSPN, an ESPN-inspired theme, for Bar Mitzvah boy Zach. See more of this sports themed celebration here
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. The place cards were fashion illustrations done by the Bat Mitzvah girl! See more of this fashion themed celebration here
In keeping with the Rachel’s Runway theme, Mom bought a dress form from Pier One for Rachel’s sign-in board. See more of this fashion themed celebration here
Vivian Ruth celebrated her Bat Mitzvah with a “Candy Extravaganza” because her name so closely resembles “Baby Ruth.” Mitzvah Mom Sandra created all the amazing edible centerpieces. See more of this candy themed celebration here
This is a great example of taking any child’s name and combining it with “land” to create a unique custom candy theme! See more of this celebration here
4. CHILD’S NAME/INITIALS
The Cohn family wanted to use their last name for a “Cohny Island” themed party. See more from this celebration here
Live from Ann Arbor, Michigan…it’s Saturday Nat Live (short for Natalie). This Bat Mitzvah girl is a fan of NBC’s long running hit, Saturday Night Live. See more from this celebration here
5. ROCK N ROLL
Dylan loves rock n roll – thus the theme! Dad Leo bought old 45 records and created his own labels with information about the service and party on the back and front! See more from this celebration here
Jaden loves Broadway and theater and Jonah loves music. Their logo was based on a Broadway show that was about music!…Rock Of Ages. See more from this celebration here
The Silverman family decided to celebrate their daughter Jillian’s Bat Mitzvah at Camp Pontiac in Copake, New York, on a beautiful fall weekend. See more of this celebration here
“Rustic, playful and warm” are the words that inspired this fun “camp” themed Bat Mitzvah luncheon complete with chocolate brown carpeting and brown tent-pole covers. See more from this celebration here
It was an “Around The World” theme for Bat Mitzvah girl Tess. As guests checked, VIP agents were there to receive their passports to the country they would be traveling to and give their table assignments. See more from this celebration here
The Feirstein family celebrated with a “Zack Airways” theme as he has loved airplanes and travel since he was a small child. See more from this celebration here
These flowers are colored by injecting pigments into the stem. See more tie dye ideas, here
Partie Girl created a kids lounge area with colorful bean bags chairs and pillows, see more from Lily’s Pad theme celebration here.
Balloon Artistry created a tropical themed Bat Mitzvah with fully customized colored lounge furniture, a custom backdrop, balloon sculpture palm trees with lights and custom logo pillows. To see more lounge ideas, click here
The lounge area was done by NY Lounge Decor at Chelsea Piers NYC , to see more of this celebration, click here
10. BROADWAY/TELEVISION SHOW
Here is the candle lighting ceremony for the B’nai Mitzvah of Jordyn and Joshua Lowenstein who are foodies so they chose shows from The Food Network as their theme. To read more, click here.
Beautiful Blooms created a mold of a head in green and a witches hat for the Wicked table. To read more about this
Bat Mitzvah, click here.
We hope you enjoyed some of our some of the most popular Bar & Bat Mitzvah themes. If you used one of these great themes for your child’s Mitzvah let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.