The Blessing of Paper: Bar Mitzvah Tales, Part 1
As some of you know, I have been planning my son’s bar mitzvah.
For the last 18
I will eventually write more about
the horrors and the joys of this journey.
But let’s start here with the invitations.
I know a lot of people like very traditional designs when it comes to invitations for religious events.
Me? Not so much.
I looked around and found very few invitations that got me excited.
Meanwhile, everyone kept telling me:
The invitation sets the tone for the event.
Finally I decided to get Tech Support involved.
He was all shoulder shrugs.
“I don’t care,” he said. “Just pick something cool.”
Finally, I found the invitation that spoke to both of us.
It isn’t traditional. It is actually kind of funky.
And I don’t mean that it is contemporary.
It is just right, and I got them from Rishona Beck Myers at RM Creative Events.
And I would love to show a picture to you, but I haven’t sent them out yet.
So I can’t.
But I can tell you that only after the invitations and all the coordinating inserts arrived did I realize I kind of forgot about thank-you notes.
This should give you some insight into my abilities as an event planner.
I was just about to start searching again when eInvite bar mitzvah invitations came to my rescue.
They have a fabulous thank-you card that coordinates with my son’s invitation perfectly.
Initially, I was nervous about ordering from an online vendor, but they are printed on the same high-quality Checkerboard paper on which his invitations are printed.
And no, Tech Support’s real name isn’t Kayla.
And I didn’t use this font.
I used a more masculine font that matches his invitation – so everything goes together, which is lovely.
So lovely that I can actually hear my son telling his friends that he can’t swim in their pool or have a water fight or shoot off rockets in the backyard because he is just so excited to touch these papers. I can see him holding a pen and happily writing out all his thank-you notes without a single complaint.
A mother can dream, right?
If you are looking to order bar or bat mitzvah invitations or thank-you notes online, be sure to check out eInvite.com.
Have you ever ordered something major from an online vendor? How’d that work out for you?
I received 50 Conventional Tie Die Celebration Bar Mitzvah Thank-You Notes from eInvite.com in exchange for writing this post. But all the opinions are mine. And these thank-you notes rock.