It’s not surprising that a popular Bar and Bat Mitzvah party subject is Summer Camp!
Whether you use an actual camp setting for your child’s second Bar or Bat Mitzvah reception or take an indoor quad and transform it into a camp feel, here are some capital ideas which will inspire you for your own celebration.


For Samantha’s Bat Mitzvah at a sleepaway camp, a custom-made Website was created featuring easy-to-navigate sections full of important details guests needed to know about a weekend away at camp! Mom Marlo created the water bottle and box which were hand-delivered to guests for her daughter Lily’s Bat Mitzvah PostaGrams as the Save the Date and animals for the invitation were perfect for Sydney’s Bat Mitzvah


The Siegel B’nai Mitzvah at Tyler Hill Camp featured place cards for the adults with handwritten letters as if Maddie and Joey were writing from camp. They have displayed on compact tree bark A welcome sign greeted guests as they arrived at Camp Mitchell For the Beinhaker Bar Mitzvah at Camp Kinder Ring, large canoes filled with drinks were a clever contact At the Passman Bat Mitzvah, framed pictures of real bunks were served as table numbers


The Silverman family decided to celebrate their daughter Jillian’s Bat Mitzvah at Camp Pontiac in Copake, New York on a beautiful fall weekend with a coat that matched the camp colors For the Golden syndicate, who celebrated at Trails End Camp, their Bat Mitzvah coat looked like a bunk bed!


For Dani Golden’s sign-in, a mailbox was decorated and guests wrote particular messages on postcards Mitzvah Mom Anita think of this great sign-in idea using two oars for her son Camden’s Bar Mitzvah A flag worked perfectly as a blessing in at Josh’s Bar Mitzvah


By selling s’mores Sophia Benson’s Mitzvah Project, “ Help Me Send a Kid to Camp, ” was a large hit. Money raised helped the non-profit organization SCOPEMax Miller’s Mitzvah Project, “Max ¢ent$ for Sunrise” was a recycling program that turns trash into cash for Sunrise Day Camp, the first free dedicated day camp in the United States for children with cancer, and their siblingsChloe Dichter designed a unique pair of leggings for her Bat Mitzvah Project with New York City fashion designer Zara Terez. The leggings were such a big hit they sold out in one day! Sales went camping Sunshine, a camp in Maine for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families

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