Bar Bat Mitzvah Postponement cards

How to Word Bar Bat Mitzvah Postponement Cards

How to Word Bar Bat Mitzvah Postponement Cards

You’ve successfully rescheduled your child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Now it’s time to let your guests know about your new date.

With so many events being postponed in the wake of the coronavirus, you’ll want to make sure your friends and family put your new Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah date on their calendars. Following up with an official email or change of date card is definitely recommended. “Many families are looking for a formal way to communicate their new Bar or Bat Mitzvah date with their guests,” explains Jeanne Woodyard of Invitations4Less. “We’ll help them create a fun, unique message.” 

Vendors are creating everything from digital change of date cards to Bar Bat Mitzvah Websites to keep guests up-to-date. See below for some creative examples.

How to Communicate Your Bar Bat Mitzvah Change of Date

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Thousands of Bar and Bat Mitzvah families are sharing information and ideas about virtual Mitzvahs, re-booking their celebrations and more in Mitzvah Market’s 17 regional Facebook groups. Join here

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