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Bar/Bat Mitzvah Planning Tips That Will Wow Your Guests

A bar/bat mitzvah celebrates an essential milestone in a young one’s life. Planning this event may feel like a daunting task as there are so many things involved, and expectations are always high.

Like any other event, what matters most about a bar/bat mitzvah is that everyone has a great time. That alone will make it memorable. Being strategic about your planning and using ideas that will make your event stand out will help you have amazing results and minimize the stress related to planning this event. Here are three tips for planning a standout bar/bat mitzvah.

Choose a Versatile Venue

Choosing the venue for your bar/bat mitzvah is probably the first step in planning the event. It’s not just about booking a place for the party; it’s about finding a venue that will work well with your ideas for this special event. Pick a site that can adapt easily to a variety of themes and activities. That way, if you change your mind about some of the details, you can still make it work.

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Plan Out the Seating

Although the seating arrangements for this type of event are not as complicated as for a wedding or gala, time must be put toward this activity to ensure everyone has an enjoyable time. Even if the number of guests is not too high and it will be mainly family and close friends, there is still some logistic work that goes into arranging your guests’ seating.

When you’re deciding on seating options, try offering mixed seating. You can have formal room for adults —like round tables, and a cocktail style arrangement for the teens, since they most likely won’t be seated for long. That will give them the freedom to move around the space and enjoy themselves.

Think About Entertainment

Although the focal point of the occasion is the actual ceremony, the party is to be fun. Choosing your menu and décor is a big part of what will make the celebration stand out, but your choice of entertainment can take it to the next level. Photobooths are an excellent option. Not only will your guests have fun taking pictures with different backdrops and props, the best thing about photos is that you can turn them into other items like a guest book or keychains, or they can also become a great memoir of a top-notch celebration. Alternatively, you can consider different kinds of performers or activities to bring life to your bar/bat mitzvah.