Bar Mitzvah Invitations
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With so many Bar Mitzvah invitation choices, Party Idea Pros decided to showcase our favorites. First we need to be up front with all of you … although we have featured a few invitations that are more classic than Jewish, we have a clear preference for keeping Bar Mitzvah invitations occasion specific. In other words, even if the invitation does not have a giant Tallit plastered cross it, include the Bar Mitzvah boy's Hebrew name or add a Jewish motif such as a Star of David. Personally, we would probably skip the photo invite, but that is truly personal taste.
Here are our favorites, organized by motif …
Classically Elegant Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Yes, they all look alike — you can't go wrong with William Arthur, Crane & Co, and Vera Wang.…
The Rest of the Best Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Print Your Own Bar Mitzvah Invitations KitsTorah Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Tallit Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Star of David Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Jewish Motif Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Tree of Life / Family Roots Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Geometric Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Photo Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Ok, so maybe we rushed to judgement … these photo invitations lovely!
Remember you may need any or all of the following: : Save the Dates, Invitations, Let’s Celebrate Cards, Reply Cards Reply Envelopes, Stamps For Invitation, Stamps for Reply Card, Thank you Notes, Welcome Letter for Out of Towners, Directions, Menus, Thank you for joining us tags, Service Programs, Menus, Mitzvah Project Explanation Cards (More concrete ideas and suggestions coming soon!).
Elegant Return Address
The custom embosser is all about sophistication. Now you can easily add some elegance to everyday stationery or as an elegant alternative to having your return addresses printed on your party invitation envelopes. They also make wonderful gifts. You will be surprised at how often you use your new embosser.
Bar Mitzvah Stamps
There are so many great Bar Mitzvah stamp designs from which to choose, we are showcasing just a handful of our favorites. Another option, if your son is creative and amenable, to have him create a Judaica design of his own either related to his Parsha or something meaningful to him.
Please be sure to bring a complete invitation, including all inserts, to a local post office to determine exactly how much postage is required. If you decide not to customize, please do not mix stamps. It is better to add too much postage than a hodgepodge of mismatched stamps. You have spent so much time and money on every other detail, the difference in price is not worth giving a sloppy first impression.
Mazel tov on your upcoming simcha!