What teenager doesn’t love electronics and Apple products? With this party, I tried to tech it up a
bit with a little Apple and a lot of glow-in-the-dark.
As the guests arrived they were greeted by a table of glowing objects. The adults had their table
assignment printed on cubes that would change color and glow-in-the-dark.
And the young adults picked up their place cards that doubled as glow-in-the-dark bracelets.
There was a “Glow Bar” with endless fun pieces for all ages.
Centerpieces also were aglow with light up balls in red and a graphic to look like the Apple
Red accents were used throughout the venue. A large “T” made by the guest of honor and his
grandfather was used as a sign-in board.
Flowers dressed up the room.
And the young adults drink station even had the apple theme, and more red, of course.
Real apples were used to add to the theme and made for the perfect autumn decoration.
The mother of the bar mitzvah boy made this perfect apple-themed card box.
The logo was displayed on monitors provided by Boppers Events,
…was used on the step-and-repeat backdrop for the photo station,
and on menus placed on the adult tables.
Toby, the Bar Mitzvah boy, honored guests during the candle lighting ceremony.
And the most perfect end of the party giveaways were these power banks accented by the special
logo created for the evening.
Mazel Tov Toby! You lit up the night and made us think different!
Easy! Done! Enjoy!
suburb of Hartford, Connecticut. Vicki has created wonderful celebrations all over Connecticut
and Massachusetts. She and her staff provide services for small, intimate dinner parties as well
as large, full-scale events such as weddings and bar and bat mitzvahs.