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!

 White House: Congrats

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?

Madison Square Garden - congrats

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?

Disney: Congrats

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

Stripes – 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

Stripes – Cost varies depending on the stock - congrats

These days kids have just about everything! 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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