The setting was the beautiful Indianapolis Museum of Art, specifically the Pulliam Great Hall. It’s an amazing space. Bright, white and modern. We dressed the tables in white spandex and lit them with color changing LED lighting
Check out this hand painted permanent wall art backdrop for the DJ and dancing. It looked amazing with the colored tables. If you look closely you will see that all the guests wore their Wimbledon Whites for the party. It was great because the guests then became a cool part of the overall look.
This Colossal Carnival themed mitzvah was for 2 best friends (a boy and a girl). They were adorable together and seemed like brother and sister. They didn’t want the color scheme to be too girly or too masculine, so we went with royal blue, lime green, orange, purple and hints of pink.
|Our Bar Mitzvah Boy last weekend was into all things architecture. He has an incredible creative mind and I have no doubt he will do something great in his future. So, for his party he wanted to theme it after skyscrapers around the world.|
Our B’Nai Mitzvah last weekend made a big splash especially since the weather here has been so hot. It was held at a deluxe water park. Part of the event was indoors and the other half was out by the pool.
All of the beautiful photos were taken by Sue Huffer of Sue Huffer Photography
This Bar Mitzvah was planned by the AMAZING girls at A Touch Of Elegance They planned tons of fun activities for all to participate. It was the single most eventful Bar Mitzvah I have seen yet.
This is the sign we created for Jacob’s Amazing Race.
*All photos (with the exception of first photo) taken by the amazing Sue Huffer Photography