Mazel Tov! QLP Has Personalized Items for your Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah Celebrations!
Congratulations! According to Jewish tradition, a boy becomes bar mitzvah when he turns thirteen; a girl becomes bat mitzvah at the age of twelve. This means that these fine young folk are considered mature enough to be held responsible for upholding the commandments of the Torah. Unfortunately for the family of these youth, that maturity does not come with the adult-sized bank account and legal responsibility that are usually necessary to plan a party the size of those that follow the synagogue events. Never fear; we have the products to cover all of your bar and bat mitzvah celebration needs.
Before the celebration is held, it only makes sense to let everyone know when it's going to take place! A save-the-date notice is great to send before sending an invitation, or even along with the formal, traditional paper invitation as a way to make sure the date sticks in the guests' head.
When it comes time for the big reception, we've got a broad selection of items that can be customized and used to decorate the party space. Take a look throughout our site; we have tablecloths, table skirts, napkins, balloons, and other supplies to liven up the room. Whether you work for a hotel or banquet center that holds bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah celebrations, or you're a family member taking a do-it-yourself approach to the celebration, we can help.
We can also get you set up with customized favors for all the guests. This celebration is a wonderful time to look back at how much the person of honor has grown, which makes picture frames and photo key chains great choices for guests favors. But it's a celebration; it's time to have fun! For your guests' amusement, we do offer stress relievers in the shape of the Star of David--hey, it's stressful growing up! Whatever gifts you choose, don't forget to send them home in some of the many gift bags QLP offers, perhaps even decorated with some of our customizable ribbon.
There's also the tradition of throwing candy at the bar or bat mitzvah celebrant. The idea of wanting the sweetness of life to rain down upon a person is a charming one, though it might be less charming for people who have to clean up in the temple. However, you can still share your wishes for all the sweet things by providing the young person and all of his or her guest with packets of customizable candies.
Becoming bar or bat mitzvah is certainly a serious responsibility in Judaism, but it's also a time to enjoy what life has to offer. Celebrate the good things with great items from Quality Logo Products®!