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Mitzvah Invitation Trends

Mitzvah Invitation Trends

The invitation you send out for your child’s B Mitzvah is the first taste that your guests will get about your style, vision, and tone for the big day- so it’s important to make a great first impression. We spoke to some experts in invite design and manufacturing about current trends in Mitzvah invitation design so you can get a feel for how to say the most with your invitations.

Paper type

As B Mitzvah parties are coming back bigger than ever post-pandemic, invitations are doing the same. Jody of Trans Trade Promotions noted that they’ve seen classic tri-fold and bi-fold invitations falling to the wayside to make room for bolder, heavier cardstock quality items, like this bold black invite they made earlier this year:

The designers at Pioneer Announcements agreed, sharing that the thick and sturdy paper, which can be written on front and back, has risen in popularity this year.


Just as important as the paper type itself is the texture added upon it to set it apart. Layering textures of different papers on the cards has been gaining popularity. Leslie of Out of the Box NY shared that suede invites have been popular among male clients…

…and 95 Designs has seen a huge spike in the unique and eye catching trend of die cut acrylic lettering, especially for female B Mitzvah teens:

“We are seeing the trend of adding three dimensional appliquéd laser cut letters on Lucite or paper invitations to keep the cost down but to add the wow factor,” said Melissa Trachtman. She also shared that holographic lettering on invitations has been a crowd-pleaser, too:

Colors and design

Across the board, neon and fluorescent colors colors are making a huge comeback as boldness and contrast take over the decor world:

From Out of the Box NY

But just because neon is stealing the show right now doesn’t mean there’s any lack of softer, more gentle designs like watercolor, ombre, and color gradients, like in these examples from EventPrints:

or in this subtly patterned piece from Jubilana, who also note that blue seems to be the color of the year for invitations:

And of course, themed invites that match the party theme are a great choice, as they give your guests an idea of what to expect come the big day. Just check out this perfectly paired invite and tablescape duo designed by Cutie Patootie Creations

…or this one-of-a-kind invite set perfect for the sneaker-obsessed teen…

…and a VIP ticket design guaranteed to get guests excited for the big day!

What’s your invite inspiration? No matter your vision, Mitzvah Market gives you access to the best vendors around- don’t hesitate to start planning the party of your dreams!


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