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Bar Mitzvah

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According to Jewish law, when Jewish children reach the age of maturity (12 years for girls, 13 years for boys) they become responsible for their actions. At this point a boy is said to become Bar Mitzvah (בר מצוה, "man of the commandment"); a girl is said to become Bat Mitzvah (בת מצוה, "daughter of the commandment").

Before this age, all the child's responsibility to follow Jewish law and tradition lies with the parents. After this age, the children are privileged to participate in all areas of Jewish community life and bear their own responsibility for Jewish ritual law, tradition, and ethics.


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Creative Bar Mitzvah Place Card Ideas

Place cards (or seating cards) can be crucial elements at a Bar Mitzvah. Place cards allow Bar Mitzvah party planners to be very creative, while serving the simple function of assigning party guests to particular tables for their meal without confusion or additional assistance. The Bar Mitzvah place card typically has the name of each guest and the assigned table number (married couples are often assigned together on one card, eg. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Levy). They are often displayed on a table outside the reception hall, such as an assembly or pre-function hallway. Matching table numbers are placed separately or as part of a decorative centerpiece. You can ask your invitation dealer to supply these, or order from another source, such as www.mazeltovfavors.com.

The price ranges for these cards vary greatly and so do the options. Place cards can coincide with the theme of the bar mitzvah. Or, they can just be simple, elegant, elaborate or crafty. The options to express your creativity are endless. Here are some imaginative seating cards to spice up the atmosphere at your event.

Simple - Elegant yet simple cards can imitate the invitations that guests receive. White or beige along with black or navy work best. Die cuts or embossing can be added with an image or initials of the guests.

Frames - Name cards can be placed in a picture frame (glass, wood, etc.), or a fun display, such as an acrylic coaster or snow globe frame.

Leaves - Write with a metallic marker on leaves from nature or store purchased leaves. Then, spray the leaves with a laminate to make them more durable.

Sweet - Purchase or make gingerbread men/woman, cookies, tiny tarts, or cupcakes. Guest’s names can be written on the sweet treats with royal icing.

Toast - Champagne flutes can be etched with guest’s names (expensive) or names can be written on a tag and then tied around the glass. As guests arrive at the table and find their seats, servers can fill their glasses with a bubbly beverage.

Clip it - Simple place card clips or fancy card holders are available to add a dash of pizzazz and keep your guests commenting.

The options above are just a few examples of some original seating cards that will catch the attention of guests. It is important, however, to avoid making the place cards in your Bar Mitzvah too elaborate. Cards that are large in size and are too busy and may become distracting. Party planners want the guests to remember your Bar Mitzvah. Place cards that can be taken home serve as a wonderful memento of your Bar Mitzvah and add style and fun to any event or occasion you might have.

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