For Jewish girls and boys celebrating their 12th and 13th birthdays, the bat/bar mitzvah is something more important that just having a party and inviting family and friends to come over. This marks as their coming of age in the Jewish community. From here, they take a big step towards bigger rights and even bigger responsibilities.
It’s the best time to gather together the important people in your child’s life that moulded them to be who they are and who they have become now. Family, teachers, and friends are all welcome on this important day. Truly, it is an important day worth celebrating.
Whether you want to simply do an act of charity to celebrate this day or have a grand and lavish celebration, it would surely be filled with snap-worthy moments.
While it is not obligatory to have a grand celebration during bat/bar mitzvah, it has been accustomed lately that this special day is and should be worth celebrating. This is also the parents’ proud moment and is something they have saved and prepared for a long time.
Planning a Bat/Bar Mitzvah is a fun yet challenging job. There are many things to consider like invites, food, entertainment and party favours. With many bat/bar mitzvah ideas lying around, it shouldn’t be difficult to come up with a theme and revolve all other party needs in that central theme.