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This website has some fantastic ideas, have a look through for inspiration, don’t you agree – the driftwood chuppah would be perfect for an outdoor wedding or for something a little more rustic than traditional? http://www.smashingtheglass.com/chuppah/
Have you thought about how to decorate your wedding aisle yet? Make a statement not only with flowers, but perhaps shells, pretty filled jars, candles and lanterns.
Check out this great website for more inspiration: https://www.theknot.com/content/wedding-ceremony-decoration-ideas
If you need some ideas and inspiration for bar/bat-mitzvah gifts, check out this handy guide!
A scrapbook of their life in photos and tales, or perhaps a family tree are lovely personal ideas. https://knoji.com/10-bar-mitzvah-and-bat-mitzvah-gift-ideas/
Food for thought! Plenty of mouth-watering menu ideas here to serve up at your child’s bar/bat-mitzvah:
Look at these wonderful, unique, custom made ketubah’s, so many lovely ideas of presenting your marriage certificate….what is yours going to look like? https://www.etsy.com/browse/weddings/paper-goods/ketubah
Wedding favours with a difference? These magnetic letters would be a definite ice-breaker for couples who don’t know each other too well!
Your guests will no doubt have lots of fun making up silly words at the table and they can of course be used again after the event for childrens games or for decorating presents: http://www.smashingtheglass.com/favours/
Have you seen/read this light-hearted yet informative guide for surviving your Bar/Bat-Mitzvah for both parents and children ? – it’s full of tips, resources, advice and information to prepare any family for this special milestone: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Surviving-Your-Bar-Bat-Mitzvah/dp/0765708876
So what is the etiquette when it comes to attending a bar/bat-mitzvah? What are the do’s and don’ts?
This guide will give you some useful pointers but it’s always best to check with the host too!
“Instead of a traditional guest book, Amanda & Charley had a glass jar and pieces of paper so that all their guests could write us advice/well wishes etc. and put it in the jar. They agreed that every anniversary they would read a few to remember the celebration and who attended.”
Read more great guestbook ideas here: www.smashingtheglass.com/guestbooks/