Ask loved ones to clear their calendars with customizable bat and bat mitzvah save the dates. Add Hebrew, send via email, text, or shareable link, and track opens.
A b’nai mitzvah is a huge turning point for a child of Jewish faith, and for their family too. It’s the memorable moment when they mature into an adult and accept responsibility for their actions. For such a meaningful occasion, you'll want your nearest and dearest to join your family for the event—make sure they'll be available by sending a bar or bat mitzvah save the date.
With Paperless Post, you’ll find a wide selection of celebration-worthy online save the dates that make the first step in organizing your event a breeze.
Paperless Post offers beautiful design templates fit for bat and bar mitzvah save the dates. You’ll see popular styles directly referencing Judaism with Star of David, tallit, or tefillin motifs. If you’re looking for something more ambiguous, we offer general party invitations with abstract backgrounds, metallic accents, and sleek borders.
Depending on the type of party you’re throwing, you’ll want a save the date that coordinates to your event’s style or theme. If you need inspiration, we’re simply brimming with bar and bat mitzvah ideas. Once you select one of our unique online cards, the fun begins with customization, and you’ll have plenty of options to put a personalized touch on it.
Keep your bat or bar mitzvah save the date centered around the celebrant using our tools to upload a favorite photo. Fill the whole background with their image or add a snapshot as a sticker, then customize other elements like fonts and envelope liners.
Logistics are the most important information on your bar or bat mitzvah save the dates. Feel free to add more information, but remember that your official bar mitzvah or bat mitzvah invitation will lay out the finely tuned details. Some families even send two formal invitations—one for the religious service and another for the reception, so don’t feel like you need to give all the specifics at the start.
For now, take this moment to soak in the excitement while getting others eager to attend the celebration.
Similar to most big events, the more time you provide your guests to prepare, the more likely it is that you'll get a better turnout. Four to six weeks is usually more than enough time to get travel plans sorted, but it's certainly not unheard of to send b'nai mitzvah save the dates up to three months beforehand. This is a huge help for out-of-towners or guests with busy lives.