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Mitzvah Inspire: Medieval Masquerade Mitzvah

Mitzvah Inspire: Medieval Masquerade Mitzvah


Elizabeth Glorioso Photography was the photographer for Elisa’s Medieval Masquerade theme.

The service took place at the Fairmount Temple, Beachwood, Ohio. Then it was onto The Ballroom at Park Lane Villa, in Cleveland, Ohio, where guests were transported back in time. Family, friends and performers were all in medieval costumes and everyone got into the spirit of the theme.

“Hear Ye Hear Ye” let the festivities begin.


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Elisa with her family at temple
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The beautiful head covering is from the temple gift shop

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Elisa is wearing a crown that was purchased from an antique shop for either her 6th or 7th birthday. Who knew it would come in handy again when she turned 13 years old?

Guests were greeted by Knights from Party 411

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Mom Nancy Schwartz-Katz is a illustrator/fine artist and created the logo and the signage. Crests hung from above each with a special meaning to the family.

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What a presentation!! Guests enjoyed the royal feast dining on banquet tables

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A view from above with hanging crests created by Mom Nancy

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Masks were placed on each chair 

Elisa and her friend looked great in their masks

That’s a Medieval Mitzvah entrance!

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A cut-out of Elisa directing guests to “Ye Olde Photo Shoppe”

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Elisa and her friends enjoyed the photo props

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A gallant king and beautiful queen or just “Mom and Dad” to Elisa

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And Grandpa Larry got into the action too


A description of Elisa’s amazing Mitzvah project in Gothic script set on a table for her guests to read about

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She decorated IV poles used by children during chemotherapy

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A red and blue baseball charm that Elisa and her friends made for her Mitzvah project

Elisa is in the beginning orchestra at the Cleveland Institute of Music and performs there with her teacher, Laura Shuster

There was lots of revelry on the dance floor


The jester is friend of the family from out of town who really got into the spirit

A great night was had by all!


We thank Elizabeth Glorioso Photography for sharing this wonderful Bat Mitzvah with our Mitzvah Market readers.

Photographer: Elisabeth Glorioso Photography; Venue: The Ballroom at Park Lane Villa;Concept design/illustrations for party: Mom, Nancy Schwartz-Katz; Event Planner/Knights: Party 411; Event Designer: Peiter Bousterese Studio; EntertainmentRock the House Entertainment; Masks: Party Oasis.

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