Shopping for Bar Mitzvah Dancing Socks and Other Accessories

The bar mitzvah is held when a young Jewish boy turns 13 years of age. This is the age when he is considered an adult in the eyes of the synagogue and the Jewish faith. He can, from that point on, take place in adult Jewish religious ceremonies and is held morally and spiritually accountable. Before the bar mitzvah, his parents bear that responsibility. A bar mitzvah is not just a spiritual ceremony, but also a celebration that resembles a wedding reception. You will need lots of accessories if you are planning a bar mitzvah, such as bar mitzvah dancing socks.

Because dancing is such a popular bar mitzvah event, bar mitzvah socks are popular party favors. These socks prevent feet from picking up splinters. These socks usually come in packs of one dozen and are most often black or white. They also often have a celebratory message such as Happy Bar Mitzvah printed on them. You might be wondering about the other things you'll need purchase to prepare for your son's bar mitzvah. One thing you'll need is party favors.

There are all kinds of party favors that are appropriate for a bar mitzvah. For young children, go for fun glow sticks, candy and small toys. Pre-teens and teens might also enjoy candy. However, they might also like something like pencils or pens printed with the details of the event such as the guest of honor's name and date of the bar mitzvah. For adults, try miniature boxes of gourmet chocolates, little shot glasses or even disposable cameras.

You can even make up goodie bags filled with a variety of party favors including the bar mitzvah dancing socks. These bags are a great idea if you want to give out a variety of different favors. You want to hand out the favors as the guests arrive at the party. Throw in a few noisemakers to make an even more festive environment. Kids and adults alike will love the party favors they receive at your son's bar mitzvah. These favors are not just fun for guests, they also serve as mementos for this most special event. A bar mitzvah is a significant day for a young Jewish man, his friends, and his family, and should be remembered as such.

Copyright 2007 Jack G. Nelson - All Rights Reserved

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Bat Mitzvah Project Raises Money for Foundation Fighting Blindness - HamletHub

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Promoting awareness - Hudson Reporter

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