We have been involved with many candy theme Bat Mitzvah celebrations. The first pictured here took place at a hotel in Baltimore, Maryland in the evening. The second was a Bat Mitzvah luncheon and took place at a beautiful restaurant in Annapolis on the Severn River. While both embraced a similar color palette and featured a candy bar, they each had their own unique style and energy. We begin with photos from Jordyn’s party held at the hotel and then move on to photos from Anna’s celebration held at a restaurant. Compare for yourself. We would love to here which is your favorite!
Dance floor graphics featured non skid event logo decals
Jordyn’s Candy Bar
Place Card table placed at the entrance
Jordyn’s blue cocktail napkin
Jordyn’s pink cocktail napkin
Centerpieces featured hand painted candy signs and polka dots
In the background you see the event logo featured on a dropdown screen
We set two long tables parallel to the dance floor featuring balloon treatments with polka dots
Mom provided all the candy and containers for us to set up
Anna’s candy bar was styled in monochromatic tones of aqua. Innovative Party Planners shopped for the candy, provided the glass jars and the styling
Teen drink station sign coordinated with the candy bar sign, switching out the candy for drink graphics. The linen featured a custom made table runner that we pinned along all the food and drink tables through out the restaurant.
Apothecary jars with custom labels featuring the name of the candy
The entry of the restaurant provided some fun spaces for our hand painted candy signs
Anna’s pink cocktail napkin
Annas aqua blue cocktail napkin
Adult centerpieces were ombre stacked candy in a gorgeous glass vase topped with stunning flowers. Flowers provided by Flowers and Fancies
The view! We covered the umbrella poles in polka dots and set a gum ball machine with shimmer pink and shimmer aqua gum balls at the base. They became party favors.
This centerpiece was made with layers of real candy and topped with oversized lollipops, cotton candy props and wrapped candy accented with real candy swirl pops
Teen centerpieces were made using candy set in those gorgeous glass vases. Kids could eat them!
Teen buffet sign
Open seating meant no place cards, so this entry table featured her sign in board and a gift basket. Sign in board by Amy Rabb
We decorated the entry to the restaurant to welcome guests and introduce the theme. The smell of cotton candy provided a sweet beginning and end to this sweet celebration!