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June got off to a busy start, not with a wedding, but with Bryan’s bar mitzvah. The ceremony, held at Congregation Mount Sinai in Brooklyn Heights followed by a bar mitzvah celebration at the Picnic House in Prospect Park, was completely planned by Bryan’s mother, Amy, and it went off without a hitch. If you have such a family event on your calendar, enjoy these tips from a bar mitzvah photographer so that your celebration can go as smoothly as Bryan’s.
Happy Saturday to you all, and happy birthday to Zack, who celebrated his 13th birthday yesterday! The celebration was held at 26 Bridge in Brooklyn, with roughly 135 guests. The venue, which is basically a large open space with exposed brick walls, was the perfect place to set the hip-hop-themed event.
Yesterday, I had the sincere pleasure of photographing Bella’s bat mitzvah at Covo Restaurant. The love of family and friends was all around at this special celebration. Ora, Bella’s mentor and friend, helped to officiate the ceremony and provided the guitar accompaniment. The biggest hit of the day, however, was Bella herself singing. She has a beautiful voice which I’m sure we will be hearing more of in the future.
Hi everyone! To start off the week, I wanted to share with you a bar mitzvah I recently shot at Attic Studios. Ben turned the ripe old age of 13, and his family threw him a great party to celebrate. Far from the edge of boring, this bar mitzvah had all the key ingredients of a fantastic event: good food, lots of dance music, and plenty of space for guests to mingle.