We pulled out all the stops for this wonderful Bat Mitzvah party held at Infinity Hall in downtown
Hartford. And as with any premiere, the action starts with a red carpet and a visit to the
step-and-repeat area to pose for the paparazzi.
Ellen was resplendent in her finest white formal wear (and sneakers!).
Ariana took time from her busy touring schedule to join the party.
While Jim spent most of the evening at the bar.
And Adam seemed nonplussed at the whole idea of another voice to be heard from. All the
celebrities were on the thin side!
Guests were invited to sign in on this wonderful keepsake mirror, adorned with a great logo made
specifically to honor the mitzvah girl.
That same logo came in two colors and was on display throughout the venue, including on the
tv monitor in the entrance way…
And alternating on the venue’s giant projector screen…
With a giant “Tallywood” sign that dominated the landscape.
The thank you card box also prominently displayed the party’s colors and overall design.
“Tallywood” was also projected on a wall of the venue, apropos of a true Hollywood starlet.
The simple and elegant place cards added to the mood and told adult guests who
they’d be partying with deep into the night.
The younger guests had a special V.I.P. area all to themselves.
In case anyone needed help finding their table, these two were able to provide some guidance.
The table centerpieces, which also featured sleep masks and color-coordinated napkins,
helped create the feeling of a true Hollywood event.
Colorful socks were provided for guests who cut a rug on the dance floor.
“Tallywood” sleep masks were provided as giveaways at the end of the evening, ensuring both a
good night’s sleep and a keepsake for exhausted party goers.
When all was said and done, the night met with rave reviews. Hooray for Tallywood!
Easy! Done! Enjoy!
of Hartford, Connecticut. Vicki has created wonderful celebrations all over Connecticut, New York
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.