Is your child becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah this summer? What a great way to celebrate after the ceremony by being outside in the nice sunny weather! Regardless of having a ceremony, everyone deserves a celebration. For boys, they become a Bar Mitzvah when they turn 13; and for girls, they become a Bat Mitzvah when they turn 12.
According to Jewish law, at this time the boy or girl is no longer considered a minor. On that day they are considered responsible for following the Torah’s commandments. This being such an important part of the young adult’s life, it is only tradition to celebrate with friends and family. It has been a Jewish custom to have a party after the synagogue ceremony, with food, music and lots of dancing.
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs are commonly celebrated similarly to how weddings are celebrated. First there’s the ceremony, then there’s the party or reception. Preparing for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah is very exciting as it is such a significant time in the young boy or girl’s life. Contact us at Main Event Tents for any supplies you may need for the ceremony and/or the party afterward. Mazal Tov!