Planning a Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah celebration can be stressful. There are many details and decisions that need to be made for your family. It’s a milestone event that will be shared with family and friends and remembered for years to come.
Many families get their creative ideas by seeing how others celebrated.
The following families celebrated their child’s Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah on Long Island.
We hope these give you inspiration for your child’s party.
The Tashlik family – This family from Port Washington, New York, celebrated daughter Zoe’s Bat Mitzvah at Temple Beth Israel in Port Washington, New York. The ZO awesome celebration took place the next day at Temple Or Elohim in Jericho, New York
The Surprise Bar Mitzvah – With family members calling her crazy, Mom Leslie set out to surprise Andrew with a Bar Mitzvah in the backyard during Passover. No one could believe what she pulled off
The Krauss family – It was a golf theme for Preston with a celebration at Warehouse 5 in Island Park, New York
The Hazen family – Spencer celebrated with a combination theme which included all of his interests at Temple Avodah in Oceanside, New York
The Grunberg family – Brandon is a huge baseball fan so that was the name of the game for his Bar Mitzvah theme. They used his Jersey number “25” to brand the party at Cold Spring Country Club in Cold Spring, New York
The Maskell family – Bat Mitzvah girl Dylan had one requirement for her celebration at Temple Sinai in Roslyn, New York…plenty of teal!
The Gruber family – Since Mason is a huge Pittsburgh Steelers fan, it was all about “Mason Nation” a clever spin on “Steelers Nation,” with a celebration at Temple Chaverim in Plainview, New York
The Perchekly family – Since Gabby loves to dance and the family loves a good party, combining the two was a great way to celebrate at Temple Or Elohim in Jericho, New York
The Weinhaus family – Jason’s Bar Mitzvah celebration was a sports party held at The Sports Arena in St. James, New York since Jason is the ultimate sports enthusiast!
The Pollack family – Lindsey didn’t necessarily want a theme, but knew she wanted a color scheme, a cool logo and lots of candy!
The Herschkowitz family – The theme was Basketball with a NBA theme, National Blake Association, and a visit from one of the New York Knick’s former all-star MVPs!
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