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The “ESPN ZANE” Bar Mitzvah Family Spotlight

The “ESPN ZANE” Bar Mitzvah Family Spotlight

The Lantzman Family of Livingston, New Jersey, celebrated son Zane’s Bar Mitzvah with a Rosh Chodesh service at Temple Beth Shalom in Livingston, New Jersey, and a party following at Lucky Strike New York in the West Nyack, New York.

The theme was ESPN ZONE-inspired: ESPN ZANE. It included all of Zane’s favorite sports with a special nod to his favorite team the Green Bay Packers which was incorporated into the logo colors, decor, horah chair and tallit.

Pictured L-R: Dad Scott, Sister Macen, Bar Mitzvah boy Zane, Mom Zanna, Front row: Brother Kai and sister Hunter.

Tim Camuso of Timothy Glenn Photography was the photographer and the rest of the vendor information is listed at the end of the spotlight.

Zane Lantzman invite

The Lantzman family worked with All The Best Invitations on the bronze classic invitation which had a pop of orange.Lantzman family service style

The Sunday service, called Rosh Chodesh, was held at Temple Beth Shalom. Both Zane and his Dad Scott showed off their individual team pride during the service

Zane Lantzman tallit
Zane’s Grandmother Joyce Lantzman created this amazing tallis and also crocheted his tallis bag

Zane family style Bowling shirts with Zane’s logo were a big hit. Dad Scott ordered the shirts from the promotional products retailer, 4imprint. The family wore the shirts over their party clothes while making their entrance

Zane Lantzman logo

Dad Scott created Zane’s logo which is similar to the ESPN Zone logo. Zane used the official colors of the Green Bay Packers, which are Dark Green, Gold and White

Zane Lantzman logo decor
Lucky Strike New York in West Nyack, New York, was the venue and the family had exclusive use of the whole space which included the ultramodern bowling area, pool tables and arcade games to entertain kids of all ages. 

Zane Lantzman bar decor

The logo was placed all around the venue adding lots of color. Mom Zanna created additional decor elements using sports signs and inspirational quotes from sports legends.

Zane Lantzman signage sports quotes

Mom Zanna found the quotes and created the concept and then Dead Scott arranged it and had a sign company print them.

Zanle Lantzman DIY horah chair

The horah chair was made by a very crafty friend, Cricket Snearing.

Lantzman Custom horah chairThe seat of the chair was decorated with Green Bay Packers paraphernalia

Zane Lantzman DIY Horah chair2

The back of the chair with Zane’s Bar Mitzvah date

Zane Lantzmancake

The cake was created by Cake & Co. and highlighted all of Zane’s favorite sports.

Zane Lantzman candle lightingThe Lantzman family posed during the candle lighting ceremony.  

Zane Lantzman friendsZane surrounded by his friends Lantzman hot donuts dessertThere were many great desserts for guests to enjoy at the end of the evening including warm and delicious Sweet Dreams Mini Donuts made right in front of their guests!

Sweet Dream Mini Donuts were a big hit!

Lantzman popcorn  dessertbarA popcorn bar created by Nanci SIlver of Parties with Pizazz

Lantzman custom dessert bagsbagsMom Zanna and Sister Hunter enjoy their goodies in custom bags

Zane Lantzman favor shorts
The party favors were from Marquee Screen Printing. The boys received basketball shorts in Zane’s favorite color, green. The custom logo was placed at the bottom left corner

Zane Lantzman shorts favors

These were the girls shorts, both logo’d and the darker ones were for the younger girls’

zane lantzman mitzvah project 1

Zane had a great Bar Mitzvah Project helping the Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter in East Hanover, New Jersey. He knew about the shelter because the family had recently adopted dog Oakley from there. The shelter needed paper towels. We featured this special project on Mitzvah Market. Click here to read all about it.

Zane Lantzman Bar Mitzvah project

The information on Zane’s Mitzvah Project was proudly displayed at his party

Some advice from Mom Zanna:
“I recommend starting preparations early and keeping ahead of the typical planning deadlines. A lot of the planning cannot be done until the last few weeks, so it is better to complete everything else that you can ahead of time. I also suggest making a checklist of everything you need to order, plan, organize, purchase, etc. early on and add to the list as you think of something else along the way. Despite all the planning, on the day of the event you should just enjoy it and let any missed details or mishaps go and not let them upset you! Chances are your guests will have no idea that anything was not according to plan.”

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

Venue/Catering: Carol Castrillon, Lucky Strike New York, 845-358-1602
Photographer: Tim Camuso of Timothy Glenn  Photography, 973-887-0625
Videographer: Timothy Glenn  Photography, 973-887-0625
Party Decor/Inspirational Signage: Mom Zanna
: All the Best Invitations, 973-992-4033
Music Entertainment: Powerhouse Studios and Entertainment, 973-560-9560
Photo Booth: Picture This, 610-416-4507
Favor Design: Dad Scott, Printed by: Marquee Screen Printing, 516-640-0855
: Bar Mitzvah Bouncer, 631-367-1519
Custom Tallit: Grandma Joyce Lantzman
Decorated Horah Chair: Family friend, Cricket Snearing, 610-715-5438
Custom bowling shirts:
Donuts: Eric, Sweet Dream Mini Donuts, 917-995-5490
Popcorn bar: Nancy, Parties with Pizazz, 516-365-5064
Cake: Krystina, 
Cake & Co., 201-530-7555
Custom logo’d stickers on treat bags:




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