Mitzvah Inspire: Mazel Tov! To The Guest Of Honor

Mitzvah Inspire: Mazel Tov! To The Guest Of Honor

Mitzvah Inspire: Mazel Tov! To The Guest Of Honor

 

We all give our best wishes to the guest of honor at a Bar Bat Mitzvah celebration.

Although there’s a slim chance that the President and Mrs. Obama will attend your child’s Bar Bat Mitzvah, they might send a nice letter of congrats!

 

 

 

Here are some creative ways to go beyond the typical “Mazel Tov” card. You will definitely be remembered with this type of congratulations!

The White House – Cost free
If you want to receive a letter from President Obama and his wife expressing congratulations to a Bar Bat Mitzvah child on their big day, just send them an invitation!

 

The White House will send signed greeting cards and recognition but requests need to be received six weeks prior to the event. Address the envelope to:

Honorable Barack Obama and Mrs. Obama
The White House
Greetings Office Rm. 39
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20500

Madison Square Garden – Cost $100
Want to wish your friend or family member Mazel Tov on the big screen at Madison Square Garden?

What better way to say “Mazel Tov!” than in front of thousands of fans at the World’s Most Famous Arena! Whether you’re in the Garden for a Knicks, Rangers, or Liberty game, you can personalize each Garden experience with a message on Gardenvision! All proceeds from the Knicks Notes, Rangers, and Liberty Sweet Spot programs benefit Garden of Dreams
Get more info here

Disney World – Cost free
Is your child a fan of Disney World, Cinderella or Prince Charming?

You can receive a letter of congratulations by writing to:
Walt Disney World Info
Guest Letters/Letters to Mickey Mouse
P.O. Box 10040
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-0040

Cinderella and Prince Charming
P.O. Box 1000
Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830

Telegramstop.com – Cost $7.19
The telegram has a long, proud, and important history in the development of personal communication.

These telegrams are made to look and feel like a classic telegram from the days when telegrams were one of the only forms of national and international communication


OneShare.com – Cost varies depending on the stock

These days kids have just about everything! OneShare.com allows you to buy a share of stock (that a Bar Bat Mitzvah kid would recognize) and have it framed with a special message. The great part is that it can gain equity over time!

 Did you send or receive a unique Mazel Tov? Let us know at [email protected].

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