Thursday, August 2, 2012

Bar Mitzvah Flower And Event Ideas

A Bar Mitzvah is not a light ceremony. It is a revered and honored Jewish tradition that is very significant. Bar Mitzvah literally means "a son of commandment". It is held on the 13th birthday of every Jewish boy. It is their transition and celebration entrance into their religious adulthood. With this momentous occasion, there are some wonderful event ideas to make it unforgettable.

A Bar Mitzvah Theme is a great start to begin your event planning. For example, the Torah can be a theme for the event. Various laws and teachings can be posted all around the venue. All attendees can read while they sit and dine. It can also serve as a reminder to the adolescent of his responsibility in his life ahead. Food Variety is central to the occasion. Bar Mitzvah's are not just a celebration, but also social in nature. Therefore, the occasion is festive. A variety of snacks on each table such as nuts and candy, while the main courses are being prepared would be great. Gift basket centerpieces are excellent, because they provide so much snack variety, beauty and color to the event as well.

A Poem/Letter Centerpiece is a warm gesture of for the adolescent as well. The poem or letter can be about how so many people are proud of him. It can be words from the parents for all attending to read. It can also share some experiences in his life that communicate how special he is.

Flower Centerpieces and floral arrangements are excellentt for Bar Mitzvahs. Tall and beautiful centerpieces are recommended to symbolize growth and achievement. Floral decor can be creative such as flowers on chairs and tables. Matching corsages for the Mother and Grandmothers involved. Also, boutonnieres for the honoree, Father and Grandfathers as well.

Whether it is a Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah, flowers are always beautiful and bring life to any occasion. If you are looking for an Altanta Florist, Peachtree Petals is able to meet all of your floral needs. We have designers with over 25 years of experience and truly care about their craft. They also care about your moment. With this important event, you want a florist that cares and a florist you can trust. Visit our Bar Mitzvah Flowers collection.

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