Celebrate your not-so-little-one's coming of age and invite your family to watch the challah get sliced with custom bar mitzvah invitations.
Your young adult is getting more mature by the day (allegedly) but something tells us that you’ll be handling the invitations. No kvetching required—you’ll find designs that suit your honoree’s dream ceremony perfectly and tools that help keep planning and hosting kid-simple. Our modern bar mitzvah invitations match religious iconography to contemporary design and elegant stationery motifs. Celebrate your daughter’s bat mitzvah with invitations featuring timeless floral bouquets and on-trend watercolor washes. Send your son off with a bar mitzvah invitation showing a few sporty symbols of his outgrown childhood or a boldly minimalist typographic design. If you want to get one last look at your kid before they step up to the bimah, use a photo invitation to send out a particularly beloved childhood snapshot. Your soon-to-be-adult can consult on the design and make a few edits with our online design tool—perfect for customizing the type, colors, and digital envelope and backdrop—but you can handle the all-important bar mitzvah invitation wording.
Our online delivery and invitation tools make hosting the ceremony and after-party a considerably smaller labor than rehearsing the Haftorah. Put together your guest list with the help of the online address book and keep a close eye on the headcount with our RSVP tracking tool. You can track responses and send messages to guests wherever your pre-ceremony errands take you—just use our mobile app. After your son or daughter does all that growing up in the course of one evening, share a few of the memories with your attendees in an online gallery stocked with your party photos.
Now that your child is (nominally) an adult in good standing, make sure that one of their bar or bat mitzvah gifts is a set of thank you cards. It’s perfect for the immediate thank you notes they’ll be sending, but a fitting head start to all their future correspondence—and one last bit of parenting you can attempt before the teen years set in.