Many children choose to enter their Bar Bat Mitzvah celebration on the shoulders of the DJ dancers, but a growing number of families are getting more creative!
A unique entrance can show off your child’s personality as soon as they walk in. Check out our previous story Creative Bar Bat Mitzvah Entrances and take a look at all the great ideas below:
Sweet Dreams Studios took a great shot of this Bat Mitzvah girl’s special entrance on a throne
A large screen and the Bat Mitzvah girl’s silhouette lead to a terrific entrance from EK Productions
From Lighter Than Air Events, the guest of honor was driven into the party room on the back of a golf cart decorated with her logo
This Bat Mitzvah girl took a ride with Unique Musique Entertainment for her entrance
Since Amanda is on a cheer team, it was only appropriate that during her entrance guests cheered holding purple pom-poms.
See more from this story in the Hally Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight
Creative Photography by Maya sent us this shot of a Bar Mitzvah boy being escorted into the room by the Amazing Bottle Dancers
Leanna Grau’s Bat Mitzvah was at SPACE in Engelwood, New Jersey. Leanna was lifted and zip-lined across the dance floor to her destination as impressed guests looked on and recorded it on their smart phones. To see more ideas from this celebration, click here
Sarah Merians Photography & Video Company shot this Bar Mitzvah boy entering on a surfboard
From an upcoming Mitzvah Family Spotlight story, Lighter Than Air Events made a breakaway wall for this Bar Mitzvah entrance
Another breakaway idea was used with a Twilight Zone theme when Bar Mitzvah the Bar Mitzvah boy came through a television from HRG Creations
When your last name is “Horror”witz and your theme is Halloween, your entrance is spooky!
See more of this celebration from Party Perfect Orlando here
For the Boudin B’nai Mitzvah entrance (above and below), Jesse made his entrance performing a rousing rendition of “When the Saints Go Marching In” with the Brother Joscephus and the Love Revival Revolution Orchestra.
Sister Emma’s entrance was a live performance of the mash up of Avicii and Fergie’s “Wake Me Up/All We Got” which was produced and choreographed by The Loft Sound Studio where Emma records regularly. To see more ideas from this B’nai Mitzvah, click here
Did your child have a creative entrance to their Bar or Bat Mitzvah? Please send us a photo at email@example.com.