Bat Mitzvah Invitation – Memorable and Affordable

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Bat Mitzvah Invitation – Memorable and Affordable

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A bat mitzvah ceremony and subsequent celebration is a significant rite of passage for every young Jewish girl. A touching and significant ceremony should be followed by a memorable party honoring the young lady. As with any party, a mitzvah can get expensive quickly, so it is important to start by making a firm budget and a detailed plan. The budget should be firm yet reasonable. The level of the budget affects every aspect of the bat mitzvah party, from the size of the guest list to venue options. The actual party plan begins with the bat mitzvah invitation choices.

For the girl’s once in a lifetime bat mitzvah invitation, it is a wonderful idea to let her choose the theme, colors and design of the card. It is her special day, after all. The colors of the card can be soft and understated or bold and bright, depending on preference. Lettering for the invitation can be curly and feminine or more measured and linear. The options for card details are almost countless. Take the time to shop around in stationary stores or online to find just what fits the bill regarding the bat mitzvah invitation for this momentous day.

Menu is another important consideration when planning the mitzvah party. What food and beverages are going to be provided and how much? Will it be a full sit down meal or simply some great finger foods?  The details should be mentioned on the bat mitzvah invitation so guests will know what to expect when it comes to the food. In planning, a sit down meal will definitely be the more expensive route to take, as finger foods are not only less expensive but the table service they require is typically a bit less. It just depends on the budget and the particular desires as to the menu specifics. When the guest list is not a large one, food could be DIY with the help of dedicated family members and friends. If the party is to be a big one with a sizeable guest list, having the food catered would be a better idea so that the family members can enjoy the party as well and not spend the entire time cooking and serving to a large crowd.

Decorations for the bat mitzvah party should be handled by those giving the party. Reliable family members and friends can help set things up and make the location look wonderful with just a bit of time and effort. This way part of the budget does not have to include the additional expense of having a professional decorate.

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