Bar Mitzvah Information

Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah Invitations

The basic package for Bar Mitzvah Party Invitations and Bat Mitzvah Party Invitations includes personalized invitations and envelopes printed with your return address. Hebrew text is available.  You will have the opportunity to view an online proof before we go to print. Coordinated response cards, reception cards, place cards, map details, direction cards, programs, pamphlets and thank you cards are also available. Finishing is available.Sample Verses, Wording

  1. We invite you to share our happiness as our son/daughter
    (name) is called to the Torah as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  2. Celebrate a special occasion and join us in worship as our son/daughter
    (name) is called to the Torah as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  3. Please join us for the Bar/Bat Mitzvah of our son/daughter
  4. Please  join us in worship as our son/daughter (name)
    is called to the Torah as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  5. Please join us as our son/daughter
    (name) celebrates his/her Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  6. (Names) request that you join us in worship as our son/daughter (name)
    is called to the Torah as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  7. My family and I would like you to share our happiness
    on the occasion of my Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  8. With pride and joy we invite you  to share a special day in our lives
    as our son/daughter (name) is called to the Torah as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  9. We invite you to share this special moment as (name)
    Is called to the Torah as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  10. With pride and joy we invite you to join us
    as our son/daughter (name) leads the Sabbath service as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  11. From generation to generation
    We carry on
    With the richness of tradition
    And the promise of tomorrow
    Please join us
    as our son/daughter
    [Child’s Name] is called to the Torah
    as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah
  12. The richness of tradition,
    The excitement of youth,
    The promise of tomorrow,
    The precious moments of life
    [Parents names] invite you to share
    in the celebration
    as their son/daughter
    [Child’s Name] is called to the Torah
    as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Choose one of our verses or compose one of your own!


Sample Thank You Card Verses, Wording

  1. Thank you for the wonderful gift.
  2. It was wonderful of you to share my Bar/Bat Mitzvah with me.
    Thank you for your good thoughts, your generous gift and for being there.
  3. Thank You for joining me for my Bar/Bat Mitzvah.
    Your generosity and thoughtfulness
    were very much appreciated.
  4. This brings sincere thanks
    For the lovely gift you sent,
    I wish to tell you
    Just how much it meant.
  5. You brought joy to my special day
    Thank you for your thoughtful gift.
  6. Of all the gifts,
    Love is the best.
  7. I am so happy that you were able to share my day with me
    either by being there or remembering with your generosity.
    Thank you so much for being part of my Bar/Bat Mitzvah.
  8. One thank you for the gift,
    And another for the thought.
    A dozen thank yous couldn’t tell you
    All the happiness they brought.

Choose one of our verses or compose one of your own!


When you place your order, have the following information ready.

  1. The style number of the card
  2. Your choice of verse
  3. Name of person(s) being honored.
  4. Name of celebration venue.  If you’re celebrating a religious service, and there is a reception to follow at a different location from the house of worship, please have the complete address of both venues ready.
  5. Date and time of your event.  If there is a religious service to be followed by a reception, please have starting times available for each event.  If the reception will be given at the house of worship, you may choose to state that the reception “follows immediately”.  If this is a Bar/Bat Mitzvah and there will be a kiddush at the end of the service, you may want to make this clear.
  6. Host signature, if you choose to use one.
  7. Your R.S.V.P. date and information.  If you are ordering response cards, we will print the addressee’s name on the label at no extra charge.  If the cards will be returned to someone other than yourself, please have that person’s name and address ready.  Please decide if you want the addressee’s name to be that of an individual or a family.
    If your caterer needs totals on various entrees in advance of the party, and you want to place the selection of entrees on your response card, please have the selection ready.  It’s best to use the caterer’s exact names for the entrees, so that your guests will have a good idea of what they’re ordering.  If there is a separate children’s menu that’s already been selected, you might want to make that clear.
  8. The return address as it will appear on the back flap of the main envelope.
  9. Your payment information.  Please have your credit card ready.
  10. If you require a rush job, please let us know this up front.  Our standard turn around time is ten business days from approval of on line proof till shipping from our NYC headquarters.  West Coast customers may choose from standard ground, 3 day air, 2 day air, or overnight shipping.  We ship via USPS, UPS, or Fedex, selecting the best method for each individual order.
  11. If you’re selecting a font that’s different from what’s shown on our page, please have its name ready.  We can accommodate you where most standard fonts are concerned.  If we can’t get an exact match, we will show you close matches.  Please specify the color that you want your text to be.
  12. If you are writing your own verse, please send it via e-mail.  This will eliminate any problems or typos that may arise while transcribing.  However, it’s not mandatory that you send it by e-mail.  If you prefer, you can telephone us and recite the verse for us to transcribe.
  13. We can accommodate most foreign languages that are based on the Roman alphabet.  We can add text in Hebrew.  However, it will be the customer’s responsibility to proof read all foreign language text and make sure that it’s correct.  We can transcribe letters and words, but we are not fluent in foreign languages, so we must be sure that the customer can proof read the foreign language texts.
    For non-Roman alphabets, if the customer can fax us the type-set text, or e-mail it as an attachment, chances are good that we can use it on the card as an image.  For customers requiring Hebrew, we prefer to have a fax of the printed Hebrew word (not handwritten), or an e-mail attachment sent containing the printed Hebrew words.  At very least we’d need a transliteration of the letters.  For example: Resh Tav Samech Aleph.
    There will be a surcharge for any long verse written in any foreign language using a non-Roman alphabet.
  14. Finally, and we can’t say this often enough:
    If you come to us at the last minute, with less than a month remaining to your affair, we will do whatever we can to help you.  We do accept rush jobs (except in December) at an additional fee, and you can opt for Fedex overnight shipping.  However, it is always best to allow yourself breathing room when ordering invitations.  It will reduce the wear and tear on the host, and help you to better enjoy the anticipation of your party, if the invitations are in your hands eight weeks before the party date.
    We find that the best rule of thumb is to have the invitations in the mail eight weeks before the party is scheduled.  Two weeks before the party, you should have received all of the R.S.V.P. cards or calls.  If you stick to that guideline, it will ease your journey through your preparations for your big event.

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