The Barnett family from Boca Raton, Florida, celebrated son Brett’s Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, January 24, 2015. The service was held in the morning at Congregation B’nai Israel and then it was onto the outdoor party held at the Sunset Cove Amphitheater in Boca Raton, Florida.
B.A.D, Colors 2015 was the theme, standing for (Brett After Dark). The family wanted it to feel like the Color Runs that are popular at festivals and 5ks. There were lots of glow-in-the dark colors, great music, delicious food, which were all really B.A.D,
Pictured above L-R: Brother Kyle, Mom Misti, Bar Mitzvah boy Brett, Dad Craig and Brother Tyler.
M Studio was the photographer and the rest of the vendor information is listed at the bottom of the spotlight.
The service was held at Congregation B’nai Israel.
Brett during his formal pictures at the temple
Dad Craig designed the service program which featured a colorful picture of Brett
The family worked with Karen Rosenwater Schloss of Creative Impressions on the neon green invitation.
The stamp was created on Zazzle.com
White shirts and jeans were the appropriate attire in anticipation for the burst of colors that was to come.
B.A.D. Colors 2015 was the theme. Party Planner Julie Cohen of It Events worked with the family and it all went off without a hitch! Everyone got into the spirit of the night especially when the color powder was discharged from 15 fire extinguishers.
A before shot with guests in white t-shirts to protect their clothes as the colored powder comes from every direction
The after shot
The venue was the very cool Sunset Cove Amphitheater in Boca Raton, Florida. It’s an entertainment facility that hosts concerts and festivals.
The stage changed colors all night long
Since B.A.D. Colors was the theme it was also integrated into the many delicious food options available to guests including food trucks and concession stand type of food — all delicious and gourmet by caterer Potions in Motions.
Servers wore custom logo’d t-shirts
One of the B.A.D. food options, a gourmet food truck offering specialty tacos
B.A.D. hot dogs and chicken sandwiches were delicious
B.A.D. condiments for the tacos
Custom colorful cocktails and neon cocktail napkins with Brett’s logo
ICEE Frozen Desserts was a great way to cool off
There was a sign-in book and poster for guests to leave a note to Brett.
Entrance Video:Chad Ehret, Timeline Video Productions, Deerfield Beach, FL
Concept by Dad, Brett and Chad Ehret – waiting for this link
Friends and family enjoyed entertainment by Michael Zeidman, of Z Pro Events, who produced concert-staged lighting, custom music mixes and a ‘wow’ entrance.
Brett making his entrance
Fun colorful glow-in-the-dark giveaways were a big hit
Great zap shots of all the action was shown on a loop throughout the party on large screens
The Mugshot Photo Booth Favor was custom designed by South Beach Photo Booth Company. There was also a tattoo artist from the Painted Phoenix.
The Barnett boys are a B.A.D. crew, but look adorable!
Tattoos with custom logo stencil allowed everyone to be B.A.D.
Brett’s guests received long sleeve t-shirt favors wrapped in clear plastic with custom labels.
On their way out, guests had their choice of some great desserts: Dunkin’ Donuts, a candy bar and custom M&M’s.
Many donuts to choice from
Guests dipping into the candy jars
Custom labeled pharmacy bottles filled with custom M&Ms that were hand-filled by the Barnett family
From Dad Craig and Mom Misti:
“Do not be afraid to think out of the box in order to create something truly unique and memorable. If you don’t see what you want, don’t be afraid to create it yourself and make it truly unique. The Internet is a great source of ideas and lower cost alternatives to customizing your party. Don’t feel obligated to follow the herd. There are no “must-haves.” Include those elements that you want and skip those you don’t. Most importantly, make sure the party fits the honoree’s personality.”
The following vendors helped to make Brett’s Bar Mitzvah special. If you give any of them a call, let them know you read about their services on MitzvahMarket.com.
Temple: Congregation B’nai Israel, 561-241-8118
Synagogue Kiddush: Neil, VIP Caterers, 561-241-8000
Venue: Sunset Cove Amphitheater at South County Regional Park, Boca Raton, FL
Party Planner: Julie Cohen, It Events, 561-866-4019 with input from Mom Misti and Dad Craig
Party Venue Caterer: Iris Smeltz, Potions In Motion, 561-989-8879
Photography: Meir Israel, Studio M, 754-777-0027
Entrance Video/Videographer: Chad Ehret, Timeline Video Productions, 954-571-5155
Music Entertainment/MC/Staging/Lighting/Custom Gobo Lights: Michael Zeidman, Z Pro Events, 561-880-0215
Invitation: Karen Rosenwater Schloss, Creative Impressions, 561-477-6900
Party Insert/stamps: Created by Dad Craig on Zazzle.com
Custom Mugshot Photo Booth: South Beach Photo Booth Company
Airbrush Tattoos: Painted Phoenix,(561) 670-6597
Favors/Sign-In board: Artworks Printing, 954-893-7984
Custon Sunglasses: Designed by Dad; Discountmugs.com
M&M Label design: Zazzle.com
Wrap Bandanas and Tutu give aways: Alibaba Express
Icee Dessert Truck: Julie Cohen, It Events, 561-866-4019
Glow-In-The-Dark Color Powder: PurColour, 720-287-0057
Service Program: Designed by Dad using Vistaprint, 866-614-8002
Kippot and Tallit: Traditions, Festival Flea Market, 954-978-0770
Temple dress for Mom: Dillards
Suit for Brett and younger brother Tyler: Jonathan Reed Clothing
Suit for older brother Kyle: Men’s Wearhouse
Suit for Dad: Austin Burke, 305-576-2714
Mom’s hair: Sue Ann Sherwood
Mom’s makeup: Joanna, MAC Cosmetics, Town Center Mall, Boca Raton, Florida