Jacqui’s Bat Mitzvah weekend was a blast! The festivities began at Congregation Shaarei Shalom in Riverdale, where Jacqui read from the Torah while mom Alexandra and dad Billy proudly watched as their daughter became a Bat Mitzvah.
The party continued on Saturday at Arena where Jacqui, clad in a gorgeous gold and silver Mitzvah dress, shined as she danced the night away with friends and the beats of Tom Kaufman Productions and his MC/DJ duo. A breakdancing troupe took the stage front and center for an awesome performance that Jacqui and her friends and family watched from the dance floor!
Guests had the opportunity to write a note to the Bat Mitzvah girl in a customized photo sign-in book we designed, filled of images of Jacqui all around New York City from Times Square to Harlem! Sarah Merians had fun following Jacqui around the city. Our sign-in book albums can range in style and each book is custom made. Take a sneak peak at two different versions of Jacqui’s sign in book below!
Our studio also provided a photo board used as a decorative addition to the Arena event space. Check out how these favorite images of Sarah’s from the city photo shoot turned into Jacqui’s sign-in book!
Jacqui’s favorite places to visit, hobbies and colors were on display front and center at her Mitzvah bash, thanks to the incredible creativity and coordination of event planner and branding expert Michelle Farber of M Studio Events. Known as the “party concierge,” Farber created a branding theme for Jacqui’s Mitzvah from the purple, black and white color scheme to designed logos used on water bottles, coffee cups, napkins, pillows, and even socks for the girls to dance in! Every décor detail was accounted for from the branded shirts the Tom Kaufman Productions dancers wore to customized chocolate bars and a Dylan’s Candy Bar candy display!
Let’s not forget the customized candy sushi and branded take-out containers! What is candy sushi? Well, Krispy treats and gummy worms, of course!