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B’not Mitzvah For Family and Friends Who Just Love 2 Party

B’not Mitzvah For Family and Friends Who Just Love 2 Party

The Garelick family of Melville, New York celebrated the B’not Mitzvah of their daughters’ Alexandra (Lexi) and Julia. Having a Bat Mitzvah is always significant, but celebrating your big day with your sister by your side makes it much more special! For this chic celebration, the family used both girls initials “J” and “L” in the tagline and as the theme for a perfect night for family and friends who Just Love 2 Party.

Double the meaning, double the fun! 

Pictured L-R: Mom Mandi, B’not Mitzvah Lexi, B’not Mitzvah Julia, Dad Jordan and Sister Samantha front and center.

The photographer was Stephen Andrews Photography, and the rest of the vendor information is listed at the bottom of the spotlight.

B’not Mitzvah Havdalah Service

B’not Mitzvah Style

 B’not Mitzvah Invitation

B’not Mitzvah Tagline and Branding

B’not Mitzvah Decor

Music Entertainment

B’not Mitzvah Candle Lighting and Special Moment

Mitzvah Favors

Mitzvah Exit

B’not Mitzvah Project

For Lexi and Julia’s Mitzvah Project, they worked with Ruff House Rescue, an organization on Long Island that rescues homeless pets suffering from abuse, neglect, and indifference. People sent donations and also dropped off dog beds, food, treats, etc. The family is still receiving donations and plans to bring them over soon. Also, the girls are helping to build a teen program to do community service for West Hills Torah Center. In fact, they are putting together an evening to sell baked goods with proceeds from this event going to a temple in St. Martin to help rebuild their community after Hurricane Irma. 

Advice from Mom Mandi

“I’m typically a last minute person, but don’t wait to begin the planning process until the final months when it comes to this milestone event. Start gaining inspiration and ideas a year before your Mitzvah date from informative websites like Mitzvah Market, Pinterest, and Facebook and save them in a folder or an album. Make sure your kids feel like they’ve played an integral role in the decision process from venue choice and DJ to decor, floral and lighting design. It truly is more fun when you involve them! Try to make their dreams come true without breaking the bank! They will love the final product and feel much more accomplished. Envision how you want your family and friends to feel in the room, surrounded by love. Take a deep breath and a quiet moment to thank G-d and anyone else for the good fortune and blessing of having a child reach Mitzvah age. Make a promise to yourself and your kids that if anything goes wrong, you’ll all still have the time of your lives. Enjoy every precious minute of it and remember what it’s all about! I could not have planned and organized a more amazing evening without reading the many features from Mitzvah Market and going to the Celebrate! Showcases. I appreciate what Mitzvah Market is doing and can’t wait to help other moms in the same position!” 

Vendor Directory

The following vendors helped to make Lexi and Julia’s B’not Mitzvah special. If you give any of them a call, let them know you read about their services on MitzvahMarket.com.

VenueThe Mansion at Oyster Bay, 516-921-5707
Logo/Favors/Place Cards/Dance Floor T-shirts/Sign-In Board/Menu: Gail Steinberg Design, 917-703-8889
Invitation-Magazine covers/Printing/RSVP card: Dara Grunberg, Dear Friends, 516-367-7877 
Candle Lighting: Claudia, It Could Be Verse, 732-679-8093
Hotel (Melville Marriott) Welcome Baskets: Randi Lehman, That One Special Touch, 516-496-1025
Food Truck: Jeff Tobias, TOBO Foods, Inc., 516-623-4624 
Caterer: Matthew Perez, Lessing’s, 516-921-5707
Music Entertainment/Cocktail Calypso Band: MC Frankie Vega, Dancejock Productions LTD, 631-242-0042
Lounge Décor & Lighting: Scott Neglia, Atmosphere Lounge Dezinz, 631-242-0042
Photographer/Step-n-Repeat/Photo Shoot/Blown Up Posters: Stephen Andrews Studios, 516-780-9100
Videographer: Rick Pollack, Stephen Andrews Studios, 516-780-9100
Montage: Ethan Kornfeld, Kornfeld Studios, 516-659-1777
InvitationPhoto Shoot/Art Graphic Work: Justin Flood, Kornfeld Studios, 516-678-7180
Cake: Jason Hisley, La Cakerie, 443-275-4050
Décor/Florist: Robert, Pedestals Floral Decorators, 516-248-5300
Graffiti TV Wall: Pat Glenn Productions, 212-337-1911
Service Dresses: Ask Alice, 516-921-2464
Party Gowns for B’not Mitzvah Lexi and Julia
: 2 B Seen, 516-921-5777 and Outrageous Boutique, 516-931-3331
Dress for Sister Samantha: Designing Dreams, 516-248-1988
Service Gown/Party Gown for Mom Mandi: Herve Leger/Sequin Vintage Dress, originally worn by Grandmother!
Suit for Dad Jordan: Joseph Abboud, TieErmenegildo Zegna from Marsh’s, 631-423-1660
HairSalon Entourage, Hope, Meghan, Melissa, and Kristen, 516-496-1700
Makeup: Jessie, Makeup by Jessie, 516-652-4245
Transportation Party Bus: Matt Silver, Ultimate Class Limo Service, 516-935-4444
Mitzvah Project Organization: Ruff House Rescue, 516-462-9454
JeTTa Program/West Hills Torah Center/Rabbi Tutoring for Preparation of Service: Rabbi Yitschak Rochel Hassine, 631-624-3237
Candy Table: Lara Fraum, Midnite Snax, 516-650-6086
Sunday Brunch/Sunday Luncheon at house: Bagel Boss, 516-681-1856/Gemini Deli, 631-692-6400
Host Help for Brunch: Jane



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