Posted by iKIPPAH Team

An iKIPPAH brand yarmulke with a pac man arcade game theme.

A bar mitzvah is without a doubt one of the most joyous events anyone will experience. Many times it is done at the same scale as a wedding. Similar to a wedding, it has the ceremonial part, followed directly afterwards by a big party. Food, music and dancing with family and friends, celebrating the coming of age of a young man or woman. It’s their special day – a once in a lifetime milestone. An event to always remember!

Themed Bar & Bat Mitzvahs

To make the party even more special, many families are creating themed bat & bar mitzvahs events. Every kid at 13 years old has special things they really like, and themes for their party are wide open to their imagination. Music or sports themes are often at the top of the desired list. So are popular movies or TV shows, arcade games, mysteries, fairy tales or beach themes. Dance themes, food themes, fun themes, candy themes, emoji themes, fashion themes – there are so many possibilities.

Bar Mitzvah event coordination is needed to tie everything together. The desired theme should be incorporated in a number of ways, including décor, music / band / DJ choices, food, invitations, recommended dress, and even venue decisions.

And Personalized Simplicity

Of course, there is always the contrasting desire for simplicity as well. Some bar mitzvahs prefer to have attire be more low key, and the kippot chosen may revolve around a particular color scheme, or type of fabric.

An aqua blue burlap iKIPPAH brand yarmulke.

The iKIPPAHS can commemorate the occasion with an outside monogram or logo, and will include commemorative writing inside – the name of the Bar Mitzvah boy or Bat Mitzvah girl, the date, and perhaps the city and name of the event space used for the festivities.

The kippot are selected to fit the size range of those attending. The sizes and shapes are determined by the amount of kids, young adults and adults to be present.

The Kippot That Keeps Getting Worn

After the event, it’s great when the kippot keep getting worn by those who received them. It perpetuates the occasion, and becomes a wonderful reminder of the ceremony and festivities of the Bar or Bat Mitzvah.