Archives for April 2012

Emily’s Bat Mitzvah Invitation

This invitation was a truly custom one! The mailing label was inviting guests to Emily’s Eatery, which is the overall theme. Be sure to check back to see other elements I created for this Bat Mitzvah celebration!

Mailing label with custom stamps

Outside of folder with personalized tag with recipients name. Inserts included a rsvp that was fashioned after a traditional guest check from a restaurant!

Inside top of box. All inserts were neatly stacked behind a pocket with a more “untraditional” saying!

When recipient took the invitation out of the box, a surprise was awaiting them!

Invitation verbiage was more of a traditional look, but hand embellished blue glitter!

Close-up of hand applied glitter.

If you are interested in getting a truly custom invitation, please contact for a complimentary consultation!

Rachel’s Bat Mitzvah Accessories

The above logo was created for Rachel’s Bat Mitzvah, which was celebrated in March. She loves art and wanted it to be colorful and bold. As you will see, the logo was used throughout the night in many different ways! To see all of the Mitzvah ideas used at this event, please visit, The Brenner Mitzvah Spotlight on!

Menu Card for Adult Tables. Shimmer White on Shimmer Antique Gold

Favor Tags that were hole-punched and were attached to a bag that had sweatshirts in them.

Picture from the event printed on shimmer white paper stock. Photo from Simon Elliot Events.

Brand New Website

It’s been a long-time coming! I forced myself to create my new website and upload recent work that I have done. This is definitely a work in progress and hope to continually update the site with new designs! If you have any questions, please contact me.

High Heel Glittered Shoe

Billy’s Bar Mitzvah Invitation

Hat Trick! Thanks to this Mitzvah planning family, I was able to design the invitations to all three of their Mitzvahs!

Tara’s Mitzvah Invitation

For this Bat Mitzvah planning family, they wanted a simple, yet elegant invitation that had to have a photograph incorporated of the Bat Mitzvah girl. The obvious location would of been on the outside, but I always like there to be some type of surprise….

I used a shimmer silver vellum that was layered on top of the traditional styled verbiage for the invitation.

Nothing worse than your inserts flopping around in your mailing envelope! Since the inserts were stacked, I wanted to have each insert be tagged appropriately.

TIP: Don’t forget to make sure you know how many kids you will be transporting from temple to celebration venue! (One less thing for you to panic about!)