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A Blue-tiful Bat Mitzvah Theme

A Blue-tiful Bat Mitzvah Theme

The Bari family celebrated their daughter Lexi’s Bat Mitzvah at The Inn at Penn, a Hilton hotel and catering venue at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Lexi did not want an actual theme but went with a blue color scheme, her favorite. With a sparkling personality and a bright shining smile, Lexi had her dream party, a laid back, fun celebration including a cool new interactive technology from with LED bracelets that integrated everyone in part of the light show.

Pictured L-R: Bat Mitzvah girl Lexi, Dad Jon, Brother Jax and Mom Leslie.

The photographer was Phil Kramer Photographers and the rest of the vendor information is listed at the end of the spotlight.

Bat Mitzvah Style

Bat Mitzvah Decor

Bat Mitzvah Party Details Featuring Lexi’s Logo

Bat Mitzvah Music and Entertainment

Mitzvah Favors and Exit Treats

Mom Advice from Leslie

“You don’t need to go overboard. So many of the parties today are over the top with décor, party favors, etc. It’s not really about that. It is about celebrating the Bar/Bat Mitzvah child’s accomplishments and just having a fun party. I am sure 99% of the kids do not even notice all those extras. An RSVP tip: I thought it would be great to do an online RSVP (via the web site RSVPify.com) instead of a printed response card. Apparently this confused a lot of people. Some people thought they lost the response card. Others thought the Website was an email address to reply to. Overall it caused a lot of confusion and in the end I was making a lot of follow up calls, texts and emails to try and gather all of the RSVP’s.”

Mitzvah Project

Lexi completed a Mitzvah Project helping homeless veterans at the Winter Haven V.A. (Veterans Affairs) Stand Down in Washington, D.C. Her Mitzvah Project was eye opening in trying to help these brave men and women who have risked their lives in service to our country and who now have unfortunately found themselves homeless. Today unfortunately, there are about 1.4 million veterans who are at risk of homelessness due to poverty and lack of support networks. At the Stand Down, Lexi met various veterans, helped provide them with clothing, warm garments, as well as health and hygiene supplies and developed a better sense of gratitude for their service.

Vendor Directory

The following vendors helped to make Lexi’s Bat Mitzvah special. If you give any of them a call, let them know you read about their services on MitzvahMarket.com

Venue: The Inn at Penn, 215-222-0200
Music Entertainment/Photo Booth: EBE Entertainment, Stephanie Fitzpatrick MC, 888-323-2263
PhotographerPhil Kramer Photographers, 215-928-9189 
Videographer: Cinemotion 4 U, 609-261-0831
Decor: Exceptional Events, 610-290-3696
LED Bracelet: CrowdSync Technology, 646-971-9351
: The Mitzvah Mavens/CDA Printing, 610-642-4002
Mitzvah Exit Treat: Insomnia Cookies Special Events, 877-313-8368
InvitationSarah Schwartz Mitzvah Paper Co., 844-446-2935
Online RSVP: RSVPify
Montage: Mom Leslie using iMovie
Lounge Furniture: Pulse Entertainment, 215-310-0211
Bat Mitzvah Girl dresses for party and service: Gabrielle & G Lizzy
Mom Service Dress: Neiman Marcus, Party Dress: Nordstrom
Hair and Makeup: Angel Simpkins

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