The celebration following a bar or bat mitzvah depends on the personality of the child and the parent’s budget. What can you afford to spend on the event before going to the bank? You do not have to outdo the “Stiens” to have a memorable event. The party can range from a simple brunch or luncheon to a high tech, evening, sit down dinner.
Celebrations for bar or bat mitzvahs are not mandatory. They have evolved over time. The planning and organization has become as complicated as it is for a wedding. You have to consider: venue selection, DJ, caterer, photographer, video, activities for the children at the party, decor and prizes. A terrific guide on the internet can be found at http://www.emitz.com/planning-guide.
Marla Kay, owner and operator, of The Avenue Banquet Hall in Toronto, has more than 25 years experience as an event planner. Her services are complimentary at the hall. This provides you with more than a $2,000.00 saving. She will help you organize your party so that it will fit your budget and make your visions a reality.