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A Street Ball Jam Bar Mitzvah Theme

A Street Ball Jam Bar Mitzvah Theme

The Siff family from Plantation, Florida, celebrated son Zachary’s (Zac) Bar Mitzvah on November 7, 2015, with a service at Ramat Shalom Synagogue in Plantation, Florida, and a celebration in the evening at the Gallery of Amazing Things in Dania, Florida.

Zac is a huge basketball fan, but didn’t want a typical basketball theme so they came up with a unique variation: a Street Ball Jam Party.

Pictured L-R: Dad Larry, Bar Mitzvah boy Zachary, Brother Joshua and Mom Robin.

The photographer was Trevor Goldsmith Photography and the rest of the vendor information is listed at the bottom of the spotlight.




Mom Robin created the navy and orange invitation. A guest framed the invitation as a gift to Zac.

Mitzvah inviation framed



Mitzvah Service

Mitzvah Wow!

The Siff family invited President and Mrs. Obama to his Bar Mitzvah and in return he received a letter from President Obama and his wife expressing congratulations.

Bar Mitzvah Presidential letter

A great keepsake!

Decor and Details

The Gallery of Amazing Things was the perfect venue for a basketball/street ball party as it already has concrete floors and an industrial feel.


Music and Entertainment

MC David and the crew of Pure Energy Entertainment entertained guests on the dance floor. There were many cool interactive activities for the Siff’s guests to enjoy along including an awesome airbrush artist for towels and a fun photo booth.

Candle Lighting

The candle lighting display was awesome handmade by Mom Robin.


Mitzvah Exit Treat

Guests received custom bagels in the letters Z-A-C, created by Broadway Bagels. Mom Robin bought the bagel boxes at Paper Mart and had custom stickers made at a local print shop.


Mitzvah exit treat

The label read, “The best things in life are meant to be shared”


Mitzvah Project

Zac did multiple Mitzvah Projects. He signed up for Remember Us and was paired up for his Bar Mitzvah service with a child who perished in the Holocaust. He also has volunteered for the past two years assisting in Sunday school classes and organized and preserved prayer books in the synagogue. He still volunteers in the iServe program at his Temple, Ramat Shalom.

Bar Mitzvah Project

Zac promoted the Remember Us program by giving other Bar Mitzvah students bracelets to promote this worthwhile cause

Mom to Mom Advice From Mom Robin

“I fired my day-of coordinator three weeks prior to the event because he wasn’t making my son’s Bar Mitzvah a priority. It was the hardest thing I had to do. In the end, I found the best event producer. We are even good friends. I say she was the best thing to come out of the event.”

Vendor Directory

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

Venue: Museums: Gallery of Amazing Things, 305-527-2266 
Event Planner: Debbie Rosman, Creative Cousins, 305-903-6440
Jeff Bouer, BCG Catering, 954-557-4007
Trevor Goldsmith Photography, 954-662-6135
Sean Harvey Amazing Takes Videography, 954-252-6230
Music Entertainment:
Pure Energy, 954-782-6989
Interactive Activities: Art Spot, 772-812-3653
Rentals: Atlas Party Rental, 561-547-6565
Graffiti Letters: Franco Gilardino, Custom Letters Florida 786-290-3535
Chalkboard Seating: Traci Arnemann, Traci’s Chalkboard’s
: Rent a Fence
Backboard sign-in: Walmart
Candy Buffet: Cindy Belime, Sugar Buzz Buffet, 754-422-9891
Letter shaped Bagels: Broadway Bagels, 954-424-3905


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