Pretty in Pink Bat Mitzvah in Boca Raton

A Pretty in Pink Bat Mitzvah held at Boca Grove Country Club in  Boca Raton , Florida.  The logo was designed with a pink rose incorporated into the name and  used throughout the decor . The centerpiece were oversized paper roses combined with ” blinged ” box of natural pink roses and hyrangeas. The room was draped in pink fabric  washed with fuschia pink uplighting. Credit : Photography by Linzi

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Chair for the horah was signed by all the guests.

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Don’t forget to tell your entertainment to wear ” pink”.

 

 

 

Summer Camp Themed Bar Mitzvah / Bat Mitzvah

Summer Camp Theme for a Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah Celebration. With summer right around the corner, kids are starting to get excited for summer camp. They wait all year long to see their camp friends and enjoy time off from school. Why not let your child relive their awesome camp experience by planning  a summer camp themed Mitzvah?!

Linzi Events brought the great outdoors inside for this camp themed Mitzvah!

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Use a mailbox to have guests write “letters” to the guest of honor.

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Design idea: Wooden farm house tables, benches and chairs with burlap linen bring the outside indoors.

Table from: Atlas Party Rentals

Table: Atlas Party Rentals

PicMonkey Collage

An ideal linen for an outdoorsy themed party, burlap linens come in a variety of colors. Linens: Over the Top Inc.

PicMonkey Collage chairsFarm house chairs and bamboo bar stools: Classic Party Rental

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A perfectly themed welcome box-Photo: John Cain Sargent/Engage – Pinterest

Credit: Wonderstruck Event Design- Pinterest

Mitzvah Trends: Custom Logos

One of the most popular Mitzvah trends right now is to brand your Mitzvah by creating a custom logo. Your logo will be used throughout the event as part of your decor . It can be displayed on your centerpieces, dancefloor, party favors, menus, place cards etc.. A logo is designed in conjunction with your theme and helps to bring a personal touch to your event.

Below are the custom logos that we had created for some of our recent events.

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Romy ‘s Pretty in Pink Logo

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Misty SNL Bat Mitzvah

Sophie and Luke’s Saturday Night Live logo

 

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Moss Logo

Jake Grafitti logo

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Johnny’s California Republic inspired logo

Memories are a story. Let us help you write yours - Domino Arts

Lane Stevens Logo

Lane’s LA Galaxy Soccer Team Logo

Memories are a story. Let us help you write yours - Domino Arts

 

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Menachem’s initials created into his modern looking logo

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Max’s Tron Inspired  Logo

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So You’re Engaged, Now What?

Congratulations on your recent engagement!

You are  so elated, and want to tell everyone about the exciting news and get started on planning your big day!

But who do you tell  first and what are your next steps?!

1. Of course, first on your call list should be your relatives and then your closest of friends.

It’s important to personally tell people that are closest to you about your engagement before making your big announcement on social media.

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Credit: Haring Photography

 

2. Get your ring sized and most importantly added to your insurance. Having your ring insured will put your mind at peace.

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Credit: Kristen Somody Whalen

 

3. Set a window of time that you would like your wedding to take place. For Florida Brides, high season is from November until April. If you are considering a Florida wedding, be aware that prices are considerably higher during this period of time.

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Credit: The Big Day Wedding Photography

 

4. Set your budget. This may be a delicate situation but if you have it set from the start, it will make for a much easier and stress free process

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Credit: Jeff Kolodny

 

5. Organize your guest count. Your guest count determines your budget as well as the size of the venue space you can select.

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Credit: The Big Day Wedding Photography

 

6. Now, its time to get a wedding planner. At this point it is important to secure your key vendors such as your venue, photographer, videographer entertainment, and florist. An event planner will help you to stay in your budget, advise you on tried and tested professional vendors within your budget, negotiate all of your contracts, and most importantly, allow you to be a guest at your own wedding on your special day.

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7. Think about where you want to get married. Do you want a local venue or a destination wedding? Be sure to select your venue based on your personality and your vision for your special day. Check out our blog on unique wedding venues some ideas!

Megan and Jon Tables

Credit: Jeff Kolodny

 

8. Start a pintrest or vision board for your wedding so you can share your ideas when it comes time to select details such as flowers, invitations, your dress and a color palette for your bridal party.

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Credit: Kristen Somody Whalen

 

9. At this point, let your wedding planner guide you through the process. Your wedding should be a stress free and fun process. You get married, and we’ll take care of all the details!

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B’nai Mitzvah – Saturday Night Live

 

Sophie and Luke B’nai Mitzvah was definitely one for the books! Saturday Night Live (in Miami) was the theme with urban grafitti street elements. Using the first initial of their names in the logo worked perfectly!

Photo Credit: Photography By Linzi

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The room was beautifully decorated with oversized balloons, and pops of the colors blue, yellow and pink. Sophie and Luke’s “SNL” logo was displayed throughout the party on the DJ booth, big screen T.V’s and the furniture.

 

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A unique way for place cards to be displayed at the Bar Mitzvah.

 

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Sophie and Luke’s logo

 

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Centerpieces were created using hand sprayed graffiti lamp shades combined with an arrangement of multicolored water filled vases. A special effects lighting system was used to allow different colors to fade in and out from the lampshade

 

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The front of the bar was created using a brick like design with Sophie and Luke’s logo mounted on top of it. Photos of the kids were displayed on an urban looking fence with flowers hung sporadically around them

 

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The Bat Mitzvah girl made her grand entrance surrounded by the Miami Heat Band!

 

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The Bar Mitzvah boy was escorted in by the Miami Heat Dancers!

 

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The Miami Heat dancers about to perform their routine!

 

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The biggest and most exciting surprise of the night was the sports celebrity appearance by Hassan Whiteside, the center for the Miami Heat basketball team!

 

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Hassan Whiteside of the Miami Heat posing with our B’nai Mitzvah kids.

 

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All of the kids at the party left with a sweatshirt as well a photo of Hassan Whiteside hand signed by him while he was at the  party!