The theme of this Bat Mitzvah was simple- orange and pink with loads of candy and confetti galore! Right up my alley for sure! The spirt of the event was special as well, the family wanted a low key and appropriate luncheon for their daughter’s celebration, it needed to be special but not over-the-top or showy. Lastly, this Bat Mitzvah kid was full of unique style- this party needed to be different!
Every detail of this design was handmade. From the confetti garlands to the circle seating cards, from the balloon streamers to the table top confetti stars- everything was made for this event by hand.
My personal favorite part of this decor was the 300 balloons with confetti garlands on the ceiling- giving the illusion of confetti suspended in the air. It was awesome (if I do say so myself- ;>)!
The table cards were hand written with an elaborate font, they were so unusual and I watched several people put them in their pockets for safe keeping. A lot of effort for a small detail but I really believe this is an element that can make an event unusual and loaded with character.
For the centerpieces we made 3-foot balloons with custom streamers anchored in bowls of gum balls with hand glittered table numbers. The venue’s dining room had beautiful french doors that opened onto 57th Street bringing both the city and a light breeze into the room- I love how the balloons swayed throughout the luncheon.
We added a menu, hand cut confetti and ribbon tied rolled orange and pink napkins for a pop of color.
For the kids tables we made lollypop topiaries and more confetti!
And what is a Bat Mitzvah without some fun and happy party shots!?!
Last but not least, you can’t have a room full of kids and a ton of balloons without a little fun! At the end of the afternoon the kids had the best time collecting the balloons and well… here I’ll just show you-
Thank you to Heahter Phelps Lipton for the photographs!