Ready to make an impression! What special entrance do you have planned for your Simcha?

Entrance on a chairDo you want to start the night in a unique way? Guests will always love something new and different to the standard Simcha they went to the last week, last month or last year. A Simcha that has a little extra spark will be etched in a person’s memory and your event will be what they will talk about years on. So why not check out the following entrance ideas that we have come up with for a little inspiration…

Crystal ringsSpectacular Entrance:

Have you gone for a winter wonderland themed event? Or looking for an entrance that matches your crystal table centrepieces and décor? Create a spectacular entrance by the Bat Mitzvah girl entering hidden inside concentric rings of crystals and lighting. To see more photos and ideas click here – Mitzvah Market.

Tiffany boxGrand Entrance:

Is your daughter a talented singer but you want to do something a little extra with her talent? Here’s an idea…

Have your Bat Mitzvah girl jump out of a Tiffany & Co. box singing “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend.” This will definitely get your party started! (Photo compliments of Allegro Photography)

White curtain drop with silhouetteDramatic Entrance:

Create a dramatic entrance by using a large screen that shows off the Bar/Bat Mitzvah boy/girls silhouette. Could even get them dressed up in their favourite character with the soundtrack to match. (This great idea suggested and photographed by EK Productions)

DIY Entrance:Bat Mitzvah Entrance with streamers and flags

Don’t let money get in the way of an exciting entrance. There are always ways to get the guests pumped and the Simcha started on a high. Pompoms can be bought, as well as party poppers and tinsel. Guests can make arches with their hands and as the bride and groom or Mitzvah boy/girl run through to the dance floor, the party poppers will be popped, tinsel will be thrown and the party will definitely start with a bang. (Another great photo compliments of Mitzvah Market)

Mob dance entranceDancing Entrance:

Does your child love to dance? Is the bride and groom always moving to the beat? A flash mob is an excellent way to use their talent in a unique style. A creative but easy routine can be learnt by a few family and friends prior to the Simcha that is catchy so that all the guests can join in too. Check out this simple yet fun flash mob – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KOE9W49nJk

So why not make an impression? Tell us what you are getting up to on your special day… send us a photo to show all our readers!

If you love any of the ideas above and would like to find out more or enquire about a quote, please get in touch today by email idit@dashofsparkle.com or call 020 8905 2908.

(This lovely blog was written by our very talented Jacqui Lewin, Junior Event Organiser)