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Creative Bar Bat Mitzvah Dress Codes

Creative Bar Bat Mitzvah Dress Codes

 

When setting the dress code for your child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah celebration, it’s important to be clear on the invitation if you have a particular type of attire you would like your guests to wear.

Below are some inspiring and creative dress codes that add fun to the invitation and the party!

 

 

 

 

Drew Greenberg invite

Julie Hanan Design created this luau themed Bar Mitzvah invitation that read, “Wear florals or khakis, but not too tacky!”
To read more about the Greenberg Bar Mitzvah, click here

Siegel Invite 2 

This camp themed B’not Mitzvah invitation from Suzi Evangelatos of Wow Creations was “Labor Day Cool” for adults and “Club Chic” for the kids
To read more about the Siegel B’not Mitzvah celebration at Tyler Hill Camp, click here

Invitation House: Creative Dress Code

 Invitation House created this “ticket” invitation with the dress code “sneakers and sports attire” for a Bar Mitzvah celebration

Gersten invitation

The Gersten family requested “Jeans, Jewels and Jerseys” for their football themed Bar Mitzvah from Sincerely Staci
To read more about the Gersten Family Bar Mitzvah, click here

 Max Miller invite

As part of the Max Miller Bar Mitzvah, guests were invited to wear ‘Nightclub attire in white, silver or black’ to celebrate a Mac themed celebration
To read more about the Max Miller Bar Mitzvah, click here

 

dress code fabu design

Emily’s Eatery had inserts stacked with fun and a “untraditional” sayings from Fabu Designs
To read more about the Eagleton Family spotlight, click here

 

Rachel Brenner invite

The Brenner family wanted the opposite of “Black Tie,” so Ellen Futterman of Proper Notice created this invitation which tells guests “No Tie”
To read more about The Brenner Family Bat Mitzvah, click here

 Did you include a creative dress code on your Bar or Bat Mitzvah invitation? Let us know at info@mitzvahmarket.com.

 

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