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A Stylish and Traditional Bat Mitzvah

A Stylish and Traditional Bat Mitzvah

Ruth Ridgeway of Ruth Ridgway Designs sent us a very chic Bat Mitzvah she planned and coordinated at The Loading Dock in Stamford, Connecticut.

The Bat Mitzvah girl, whose Mom is a Rabbi, wanted to celebrate her special day with Jewish tradition in a contemporary way.

Using a black, white and pink color palette, Ruth Ridgway and her team created an elegant and hip celebration of life, love and family.

Ruth Ridgeway Inspire entrance decor
Upon arrival, guests entered the gallery where a photo journey graced the walls of Bat Mitzvah girl Erin. Each section showed her at different ages with her family and friends

 Ruth Ridgeway Inspire jewish star logo entrance
The banner that hung from the high ceiling included her logo, a modern take on the Star of David. Her initial “E” fitting perfectly inside


Ruth Ridgeway Inspire kippot table

  At the entrance of the service area, there were baskets that held kippot, Erin’s invitations and a beautiful flower arrangement

Ruth RIdgeway ballroom transformation

It is hard to imagine how an industrial space could be transformed into an intimate and chic space perfect for a Bat Mitzvah celebration

 Ruth Ridgeway transformed service
To make a tranquil ceremonial spot for the service, the Ruth Ridgeway Design team created a custom “Tree of Life” bimah using a cut-out screen table with a leaf pattern and leaf patterned Gobos that were projected on the draping behind 

Ruth Ridgeway Inspire black and white lounge
There were many fun areas to hang out in this unique space

Ruth Ridgeway Inspire black and white lounge3

 The lounge furniture was alternating black, white and pink with lots of pillows and ottomans

Ruth Ridgeway Inspire black and white kids lounge and bar area
Erin’s logo looked beautiful front and center over the Star of David themed bar

Ruth Ridgeway Inspire black and white eating area

Modern black and white accent pieces adorned the wall over the communal seating

Ruth Ridgeway Inspire black and white details

 Family pictures that decorated the bar area was a lovely way to personalize the room

Ruth Ridgeway Inspire candy buffet
Erin’s Sweets and Treats – a sweet end to the evening

We thank Ruth Ridgeway Designs for sharing this great Bat Mitzvah with our readers.

Event Planner: Ruth Ridgeway Designs; Venue/Caterer: The Loading Dock/Abagail Kirsch

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