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The Lindsey Goldstein Bat Mitzvah Family Spotlight

The Goldstein family celebrated daughter Lindsey’s Bat Mitzvah on October 11, 2014, with a morning service at Temple Beth El and the reception at the Pavilion Grille, both located in Boca Raton, Florida.

A New York themed Bat Mitzvah party in Boca Raton, Florida, put the family and friends in a New York State of Mind.

 

Pictured L-R: Dad Jeff, brother Danny, Bat Mitzvah girl Lindsey, Mom  Lisa and brother Spencer.

 

John Canning was the photographer and the rest of the vendor information is listed below.

 

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We always say the invitation can set the tone for your child’s celebration. This New York subway themed invitation from Karen Schloss of Creative Impressions let guests know what to expect!

 

 

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 Details of the theme were incorporated from the start with a subway map as the invitation liner and single letters, numbers and lines that the NYC subways use

 

 

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Lindsey’s family and friends joined her in celebrating her Bat Mitzvah at Temple Beth El.

 

 

 

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 It was Sukkot and the autumn harvest colors looked beautiful on the bimah

 

 

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The Goldstein family looked chic in their black and hot pink color palette. 

 

 

 

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 The theme was “Take the L train to New York City.” The place cards were designed as Metro cards and were created at a local Office Max for under $20!

 

 

 

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The Pavilion Grille has a great space to work with including a canopy-covered 2,000 square foot dance floor. New York City style was cleverly navigated thanks to Dalsimer Atlas. After guests walked through, they were transported to another place.

 

 

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 The entrance way

 

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A 3-dimensional pop-up of Lindsey on the subway directed her friends to their table

 

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Fun replica signage of the actual MTA sign for Grand Central Station

 

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 The tablecloths and seat covers were hot pink and each table had a tall working street lamp with a street sign, such as Wall Street, Broadway and Soho

 

 

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 Lindsey made her entrance in grand style coming down the glass elevator.

 

 

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Lindsey arrives waving to guests

 

 

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Celebrity Entertainment provided great music and dancers. MC TJ was on the dance floor all night.

 

 

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 Guests of all ages had a blast!

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 MC TJ’s hot pink t-shirt stood out in the crowd

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 Non-stop fun!

 

 

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 Living statues, glitter tattoos and a magazine stand for a photo green screen kept guests entertained all evening.

 

 

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The living statue, college student Madison Bakish, was from Florida Atlantic University

 

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The magazine stand was the backdrop for photos by Cocktail Hour Entertainment

  

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 Photo op on a popular magazine cover

 

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 Cocktail Hour Entertainment also provided glitter tattoos which were a big hit

 

 

 

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 The favors, created by Louie Max, were black hooded sweatshirts designed as subways maps with the New York Subway slogan, “I took the L train to NYC.”

 

 

 

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 Instead of placing the sweatshirts in bags, a tie was used with name tags

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Lindsey raised awareness and funds for FD which works toward treatments for Familial Dysautonomia, a Jewish genetic disease Lindsey’s brother Danny suffers from. She sold raffles for a shopping event and had a team “Team Lindsey” for a 5K for FD Now.

 

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Team Lindsey pictured here crossing the finish line 

 

 

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 Some advice from Mom Lisa:  “Make a to-do-list and break the planning into a timeline. If you handle piece by piece it is much less overwhelming. And NEGOTIATE!”

 

 

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 The following vendors made Lindsey’s celebration special. If you contact any of them please make sure they know you read about their services on MitzvahMarket.com.

Venue: Liz Stark-Perez, Pavilion Grille, 561-912-0000
Party Planner: Mom Lisa
Photography: John Canning Photographer, 561-573-3507
Music Entertainment:
Celebrity Entertainment, MC Todd Rose aka DJ TJ, 954-200-7777
Décor/florist: David Dalsimer, Dalsimer/Atlas Floral and Events, 954-418-0608
Invitation;
Karen Schloss, Creative Impressions, 561-477-6900
Favors
: Louie Max, www.louiemax.com, 718-575-2100
Newstand photo booth/airbrush tattoos: Eric Cutler, Cocktail Hour Entertainment, 954-612-7431 
Sign-In book: John Canning Photographer, 561-573-3507
Dresses for family members: Mario Pucci, 561-982-8382
Suits for family members: Men’s Wearhouse, 561-482-7533
Hair/makeup for service: Trish, Wild Hare, 561-347-8100
Hair for party: Maurice, Spalano’s, 561-391-8803
Party security: Boca Raton Police

 

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