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Making a Magenta Mitzvah

Making a Magenta Mitzvah


The 2023 Pantone Color of the Year has been announced as Viva Magenta, a warm and vibrant pinkish red. The Color of the Year is meant to set the tone for the year to come, as well as predict style trends and design. Incorporating the Color of the Year is an easy and subtle way to modernize and brighten your B Mitzvah celebration. Keep reading for ideas and inspiration on how to bring this color into your big day.


Fashion is always an easy place to start when looking to bring a certain color to life, and luckily, magenta is already a hue that’s popular in B Mitzvahs. It lends itself well to sparkle and glamor. Check out Frankie’s on the Park for some pink-inspired fashions.


Don’t want to commit to a full fuchsia fit? Accessories like nail polish, jewelry, or shoes can make an outfit pop without stealing the show. Get yourself some custom magenta party shoes from Rebootz to dance the night away in.


Florals are an obvious way to tie in magenta at your party since so many flowers are already in this color family. Don’t be afraid to go for bold and bright flowers, as they can really breathe life into any space. For those in the Boston area, Bloom Floral can help bring your vision to life!


 What’s a celebration without balloons? Add a *pop* of pink to your balloon arch or bouquet for a fun and whimsical look. Check out Big Balloon Bash for some more inspiration.



Candles are a quintessential part of a B Mitzvah, whether you’re doing a candle lighting ceremony or just saying Havdallah before the party starts. Light the room up, literally, with some magenta candles, like the above ones from Etsy


Finally, once the big planning aspects are out of the way, you can focus on the fun, silly things like the pictured liquid-activated ice cubes from Amazon. There are a million little things you can find in magenta that will tie together the entire party. For more ideas on the endless possibilities, check out our favorite vendors that specialize in favors and novelty items.


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