The religious rite of passage for Jewish children is a celebration full of tradition and a hint of solemnity. That’s why it is vital to choose an invitation that matches the tone of the occasion perfectly while also reflecting the unique personality of the celebrant. At Tiny Prints, we’ve gathered dozens of perfect options that not only include the nuts-and-bolts information about the celebration, but also create an overall feel that fits each bar or bat mitzvah.
Your child’s bar or bat mitzvah is a milestone celebration, and you will likely hold onto one of the invitations as a keepsake for decades to come. All the more reason why it should be memorable for both you and your children. It is a good idea to get them involved in the design process. It might even amp up their excitement about the big day. Here are some of the best customization options:
The traditional symbols of the Jewish milestone celebration are the Star of David and the Torah scrolls. Many of our Tiny Prints bar and bat mitzvah invitations include these themes, but there are plenty of other options as well. The celebrant’s name can be the dominant design feature on the invitation, which is the case for many of our designs. Celebration invitations include a lot of information, and as such, the text generally gets a lot of attention.
We don’t want you to think that our bar and bat mitzvah invitations are only about tradition, though! We offer customization features that put a little pop in the functional cards. Don’t forget to add one of these fun options:
If there’s a bar or bat mitzvah on the horizon for your son or daughter, it is never too early to customize your invitations and get them ordered. Check out our shipping options so that you can be sure to leave yourself plenty of time to get them in the mail, and don’t forget your custom envelopes as well!
"I really love this set of invitations. The response card is a nice contrast to the blue Bold Star invites. I wish we could have a bit more control over text on these but they worked out fine and they looked great!"
"Coordinates well with the invitation. It works well for single responses (they color in the star), but doesn't have a spot to put the number of attendees in the case of a family. I would recommend a short line after "will attend"."