The Feinberg family from Hollywood, Florida, celebrated daughter Helaina’s Bat Mitzvah in January, 2012.
Color was incorporated in every aspect of this Bat Mitzvah especially the candle lighting ceremony which was non-traditional and enjoyed by everyone.
Pictured L-R: Mom Marnie, Bat Mitzvah girl Helaina, Dad Joel and brother Peter.
Ricardo Serpa was the photographer and the rest of the vendors are listed at the end of the Spotlight.
Helaina’s service was at Temple Solel. She wore a white dress, leaving guests with no idea what they were in for at the reception!
A multi-colored font was the perfect way to celebrate this colorful girl.
We love the die-cut name on top!
Helaina loves color and fashion, so the appropriate theme was, “Shades of Helaina.” Mom Marnie had a collection of photos which showed how Helaina loved to dress up as if it were Halloween.
Photos of Helaina starting at age 2 were incorporated into this large “H”
Color is very important to Helaina so with the help of Linda Reader of ME Productions, there were many beautiful colors incorporated into the decor.
Colorful chair pads and back bows added pizazz
Large blow-up posters of Helaina in colorful outfits added to the decor
ME Entertainment provided the music entertainment with Marcelo as the MC. He kept the party fun and festive all night.
Helaina made her special entrance in a multicolored spectacular dress which looked great during the Horah
For her candle lighting ceremony, Helaina did something very non-traditional: she turned the ceremony into an exciting fashion show that went on throughout the party! Every twenty minutes Helaina did a wardrobe change into the “theme” of the candle, the song choice and the guest/s being called up. See examples below:
One of the many fun activities was a large chair and a life-size cut-out of “Helaina” for the photo booth.
A big comfy chair with guests who played “dress-up!”
The Boxercraft blanket given to Helaina’s guests was wrapped with a pack of rainbow gum balls.
Some advice from Mom Marnie:
“Helaina is the most colorful girl so we went with lots of color, it was such a fun (and exhausting) theme, but was enjoyed by everyone for being a little off the beaten path.”
The following vendors helped to make Helaina’s celebration special. If you give any of them a call, please let them know you read about their services on MitzvahMarket.com.
Venue: Temple Solel
Caterer: Artisan Foods, 954-983-5338
Photography: Ricardo Serpa Photography, 954-349-9597
Decor: Linda Reeder, ME Productions, 800-544-0033
Music Entertainment/Big Chair: MC Marcelo, Pure Energy, 954-782-6989
Linens: Over The Top
Favors: Boxercraft.com, 866-522-6694
Invitation: Manufactured by Michael’s designed by Frannie Luria
Sign-In: Ricardo Serpa Photography
Helania’s service dress: Susan Rose
Mom Marnie’s dress: Elizabeth and James, Shopbop.com