Caterer / Venue: VIP Caterers at Congregation B’nai Israel
Event Planner: Julie Cohen, it Events by Julie
Photographer: John Canning Fine Art Photography
Videographer: Timeline Video Productions

For Blake’s Bat Mitzvah celebration, a very pretty look was achieved with bold colors, beautiful flowers, and a touch of sparkle!  ●  Variety was created in the ballroom by using a combination of square and round dinner tables for the guest seating. To add visual interest, our designers created two different centerpiece styles. ● The round tables received our exquisite beaded chandelier stands. These were decorated with a lush cluster of flowers at the top, encircling the center, and at the base of the stands.  The center posts were wrapped in silver bling, adding a touch of sparkle. Small candles were placed in delicate crystal orbs that dangled from the chandeliers. ● The square tables held luxuriant, round centerpieces set atop cobalt blue stands. A low arrangement of flowers was placed at the base of each stand. Crystal orbs holding candles were suspended from these displays as well. ●  The flower selection for all centerpieces included: white hydrangeas and lavender roses, along with purple lisianthus, orchids, and stock.

A colorful entrance to the kids’ area was created using swags of dark blue and purple fabric along with stands of silver paillettes. A sign with Blake’s party logo was suspended above this entrance.  ●  The seating for the kids’ area included a combination of high and low cocktail tables, comfortable couches, and coffee tables personalized with Blake’s logo.  ●  The ballroom elegance included floor-to-ceiling fabric draping for the entire room.  ●  Hundreds of silver paillettes were suspended from the ceiling over the dance floor.  ●  We wrapped the dance floor with a white, high-gloss vinyl overlay for a seamless look. This was personalized with Blake’s party logo placed in the center of the dance floor.  ●  Colorful washes of light around the ballroom and light patterns on the dance floor completed the party atmosphere.

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