Fun Extras

Fun Extras

A photo booth at your event will allow kids to make funny faces and with a crazy photo strip as their favor.

A caricature artist can draw a funny sketch of each guest.  You can also have a digital caricature artist transform photos into caricatures and print the result as a favor to guests.

All photos and art can be presented to guests as a magnet or in a personalized frame with the name of the Bar or Bat Mitzvah child and the date of the event.

Graffiti artist can paint t-shirts with each child’s name.

Tattoo and fancy face painters add festivity by transforming kids' appearances.

Balloon artists can be very elaborate, making life size figures such as cartoon characters, palm trees, animals and more. With everyone watching these party artists in action, the making of their art is entertainment itself.  

In addition to dancing as entertainment, Bar or Bat Mitzvahs in Israel also often include large rented games and structures such as fooseball, air hockey, billiards, bouncy houses, trampolines, climbing walls, and omegas/ziplines.

You can even recreate Israeli Defense Force training challenges with ex-army guys fastening several complicated rope structures around trees for the kids to climb, hang, swing, and balance.

For weddings, it is common for Moroccan families to have a Henna ceremony. The henna designs are thought to protect and adorn the bride and groom. Now other Sephardis and Ashkenazis are adopting it, and it is becoming common at Bar or Bat Mitzvahs too as a ritual that has been integrated into Israeli culture. A Henna party can happen a few days before the wedding, like a bridal shower.  The bride is fed Middle Eastern delicacies such as baklava and other sweets, nothing sour, for a sweet future. Or at the wedding, while the bride and groom sit on their wedding thrones, their hands are decorated, ethnic music is played, and people dance and crowd around them.