David’s Bar Mitzvah-Part 2

By Donna on April 14, 2010 | 1 Comment

David’s Mitzvah had a very sleek modern feel similar to his brother’s but we designed it differently. We used a  a new color palette , colored vases and new mixes of flowers.  I love how it turned out. All of these photos are provided by Studio Nine Photography.


The room glowed aqua, blue and green and for David’s Mitzvah we decided to do patterned ceiling lighting.  By adding all of the lighting and draping, it really changed the venue from a basic room at a synagogue to a wow room.



We designed a layout of long rectangle tables, round tables and square tables and then coordinated unique centerpieces for each of the different table shapes.


For the long tables, we used lime green charger plates, lime green tinted water glasses, white linens and navy blue chairs.



Aqua vases filled with white hydrangea accented the long tables. It’s time to retire the standard glass cube and glass round.  Think colored containers! They add pop to a table.


The white (looked almost light pistachio in the light ) anthirium was placed in a navy rectangle container on the long tables. We used all white flowers to make the impact on the long table but they were all in colored containers. We also accented the table with aqua and navy blue pillar candles.



White amaryllis was placed as a topiary in aqua cubes to add height to the long tables.



Look at the vibrancy of the lime green plate against the white cloth. We loved the contrast it gave to the room and how the tulips play off of it too.


We are all about Details at Beautiful Blooms and even the table numbers coordinated beautifully to the overall feel of the room.


This design was created for the square tables. It was a mix of white containers filled with green gladiolas and mums. The table was accented with multi color stripe taper candles.




These white cubes were not only used a vessel for the mini mums but also a taper holders. I just love how the two tone tapers look in them.


The round tables had a design of multiple round white vases with white manzanita branches and green goddess calla lilies.

For the kids, we created a lounge area for them to relax in during the mitzvah. We created this “special” section using sheer drapes and white furniture accented with colored pillows.





Our client preferred to have a seating chart so we designed one that coordinated with the look of the room. This was placed on an easel outside of the main dinner room.  As guests entered they knew exactly where to sit!

Our client was thrilled with the creativity of the David’s Mitzvah and so were we! Another pleased client thanks to the amazing team at Beautiful Blooms!

  1. Adizat April 15, 2010 at 6:10 pm

    another amazing design. Very nice. I like the gladiola centerpiece. i love the fact you and your team provide designs to your clients in a unique way rather than the usual generic designs. very nice.Hope you have a great day.

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