Brand Your Bar or Bat Mitzvah

As an event planner, I feel strongly that every party has its own unique identity.  When we work with our Bar and Bat Mitzvah clients, we want to ensure that the child’s personality is reflected throughout the event. One of the ways we achieve this is by creating a custom logo and possibly a tag line that brands the party.  It can set the tone for the entire occasion.
These Bar Mitzvah logos are incorporated into many aspects of the event, from the invitation to the décor as well as the swag that the guests take away at the end of the party.  The logo ties together the many details and provides a cohesive look.

A Bar and Bat Mitzvah logo usually incorporates the colors palette of the part, the name of the person being honored, the date and the theme, if there is one.

Here are a few fun examples that our creative graphic designers have

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Kristen Green of Greenbean Designs, www.greenbeandesigns.com

 

Chairman of the “Board” is a reference to Daniel’s love of skateboarding and snowboarding.  We carried the theme throughout the event.

 

 

 

 

Kristen Green of Greenbean Designs, www.greenbeandesigns.com

Kristen Green of Greenbean Designs, www.greenbeandesigns.com

Noah’s party theme was Cirque du Soleil with an emphasis black, red and the white. This logo was used on the invitations and on the sweatshirts that were in the favor bags. We also used different iterations of this logo on the food station menus, the cake and other signage throughout the party.

 

 

 

 

Sheri Finver of Sfinver Design, www.sfinverdesign.com

Sheri Finver of Sfinver Design, www.sfinverdesign.com

Ayla, a lovely 12 year old with an old soul wanted to have an old fashioned ice cream parlor theme for her party.  But for her logo, she wanted to have something very feminine and age appropriate, using the color palette of the party.  We carried both the logo and the coral and lime color theme throughout the event.

 

 

 

Here are some more Bar Mitzvah Logos for inspiration:

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