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Ski Themed B’nai Mitzvah

 

The Klein family from Sands Point, New York celebrated twins Avery and Spencer’s B’nai Mitzvah on January 7, 2017, the date of their actual birthday. The venue, the Sands Point Golf Club in Sands Point, New York was transformed into the ultimate ski lodge for this ski lovin’ family!

Although there was a surprise blizzard that day, the venue was close by for a majority of guests and most made the trek and they are all so glad they did. Mom Rachael thought out every detail and the snow just added to the amazing atmosphere! 

Pictured L-R: Mom Rachael, Bar Mitzvah boy Spencer, Bat Mitzvah girl Avery, Dad Stephen and Sister Emma.

The photographer was White Light Photography & Video and the rest of the vendor information is listed at the end of the spotlight.

 

Invitation and Service

Mitzvah Style

 Logo and Branding

 

From the moment the guests arrived to their parting gifts, the theme was constant.

 

Mitzvah Signage

Ski signage was everywhere. The guests pulled up to the valet as if they were getting off a chairlift and were directed inside for cocktails.  A giant ski mountain backdrop filled the entryway incorporating Avery and Spencer. Trail maps led adult guests to their tables where the table name was printed on logo’d wood.

 

Mitzvah Ski Lodge Decor

Music Entertainment

 

Party Photo Booths

Simon Elliot Events provided 2 amazing and equally fun photo booths. 

 

Party Entertainment

The tent was transformed into a kids lounge after the cocktail hour and included additional entertainment for the kids. No one likes to miss the party because they are waiting in line so the Klein’s chose games that were able to include multiple players.

 

  Mitzvah Food and Desserts

 

 Mitzvah Favors and Giveaways

On the dance floor, the dancers gave out embroidered ski hats, custom sunglasses, tattoo sleeves, light up mohawks and more. Some guests received plaid blankets and all children left with a custom half zip fleece pullover sweatshirt with logo wrapped in twine

 

Mitzvah Exit

 

Mitzvah Project

Avery and Spencer volunteered at various Autism programs helping to raise money for autism and mentor autistic children. Spencer also attends a camp for those with social needs so he raised money to send underprivileged kids to be able to attend summer camp.

Advice from Mom Rachael

“Most important is that the event reflects the child. In our case with boy/girl twins, we were lucky that they both love to ski. I am a big fan of little details that are interesting and special. Small things make an impact and the night more special and memorable. A lot of events have the same elements. For me, it was incorporating special signage, decor authentic items and cocktail napkins. The dancers and bartenders were in logo’d shirts with ‘Ski Patrol’ on the back and I carried the plaid originally on the invitation through to the service on the kippot and throughout the celebration in several subtle ways. Incorporating personal ski videos into their montage and having the Waffle Cabin as a surprise dessert nailed a ski resort. We kept the party moving on a journey, so the night was always exciting. Really spend time thinking about the theme and the little ways that interesting elements can be incorporated. Anyone can search the internet, it helps spark creativity. Additionally, I kept the party dancing by not doing the Horah right after we entered. We did it later on after the candle lighting time and montage. Guests actually noticed and remarked how clever it was to mix it up as we kept them dancing all night long.”

Vendor Directory

The following vendors helped to make Avery and Spencer’s B’nai Mitzvah special. If you give any of them a call, let them know you read about their services on MitzvahMarket.com.

Venue: Sands Point Golf Club, 516-883-3077
Photography/Videography: White Light Photography & Video, 516-933-3399
Photo booths/Pillows/Dance Floor Logo:
Simon Elliot Events, 516-586-6822
Logo Design:
Mom Rachael Klein
Caterer
: H on the Harbor, 516-883-0091
Music Entertainment: Allen Dalton Productions, 212-935-4000
Invitation: Proper Notice, 516-621-9523
Flowers/Signage, Family Feud/Pac-Man/Decor and Event Coordination: Eventful Productions, 516-767-3737
Furniture/Bars/LED Tables/Couches/Lighting/Ski Wall:
Decco By Party Up Productions, 631-988-9579
Cake:
The Cake Don, 516-414-0625
Cakes and Desserts:  Vanessa, The Waffle Cabin, 516-234-9259
Adirondack Sign-In Chair: Colorado Ski Chairs, Etsy.com, 303-775-7273
Custom Napkins: Finishing Touch, 516-827-7433
Kippot: Weinfeld Skullcaps, 718-854-3864/Custom Fabric: Blue Desert Company, 323-234-1555
Avery’s Service Dress: It’s Simply for You/Party Gown, Outrageous Boutique, 516-931-3331
Spencer’s Suit: Kenny’s Mens and Boys Wear, 516-921-2660
Mom Rachael Service Dress: En Toto Boutique, 516-441-0177/Party Gown:  St. John
Ski Patrol Shirts: Infinity Screen & Pad Print, 631-390-8530
Shot Ski: Bravotv.com
Dance Floor Giveaways: Sherman Specialty, 516-861-6420
Fleece Blanket Embroidery: Long Island Screen Printing Inc., 631-345-2456
Water Bottle Labels: icustomlabel.com
Custom Cocktail/Bathroom Paper Napkins: Foryourparty.com, 866-383-8957

 

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