Dear Moms and Dads:
Thank you for your confidence in our company services.

What A Party! specializes in Bar, Bat, B'Nai and B'Not Mitzvahs and uses this correspondence as an organizational tool in planning your reception.

There are many formalities you will want to consider for your child's special day including the Grand Entrance, Motzi, Kiddush, Parent/Child Dances, Candlelighting Ceremony, Specialty Dances, Games and much more!!!

Please review some of our suggestions on the following pages and then decide on the program that suits you most. Also, remember that What A Party! will customize each program to your unique sense of style and pizzazz! None of our programs are set in stone! We understand how important this day is to you and your family, so this is why we finalize with you approximately one to two weeks prior to your engagement with us. We listen carefully to your suggestions of how you see this day running. We will also add criteria suggestions to the format for your special day. Clients also ask us for suggestions about other vendors.

For instance:

  • Caricature Artists
  • Camera's for Tables
  • Karaoke
  • Photographers
  • Florists
  • Magicians
  • Videographers
  • Sumo Wrestlers
  • Balloon Artists
  • Party Planners
  • Coffee Vending Machines

...and the list goes on. Ask us, we will gladly refer you.

Candlelighting Ceremony*
One of the most difficult aspects of Candlelighting is deciding what music to select. Usually our clients leave this decision up to us, but if you would like to participate in the selection of the music, your idea's are more than welcome. The most important thing is that your music conveys a thought or feeling about the person being saluted. We need to know the song's title and artist for all of your suggestions. There is a lot of flexibility and we are happy to honor any and all requests that we have in our vast music library. Here are some suggestions.

*Candlelighting can be substituted for different ideas such as the planting of trees in Israel, a jigsaw puzzle of a photo of the family which the honored can either place back together or pull apart, book givings, where each honored guest gives a book to the mitzvah, a flower giving, where each honored guest gives the mitzvah a flower. The ideas are endless.

Recommendations available upon request for all types of events. Other options are available. Please see our Music Suggestions page for details.

For more detailed information, email or call our office at 1-800-942-8272.
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