Amanda’s Bat Mitzvah

I developed this logo for one of Melisa Imberman’s clients from The Event of a Lifetime this past year. As I always say, it amazes me at where my logo ends up!

Please see the following album of pictures and be sure to contact Melisa for your event needs if you are located in the East coast!



Jason’s Rock Mitzvah

Spring Wedding

Dahlia Graphic


5 Tips For Working With Bar Bat Mitzvah Logo Designers

It’s November, so in my world that could mean only one thing…lots and lots of requests for Bar and Bat Mitzvah logos!!! Every year like clockwork, Mitzvah families honker down and realize their Mitzvah is right around the corner.

The top questions I ask of my clients are generally the same. Is there a theme? Do you have colors in mind? When is your event? Do you have a venue picked and the most important one is whether or not they have seen a logo that they like? I know that may sound like I am just looking to rip off another logo from a designer, but it is not the case. I like to see the type of logos that they are drawn to so I get a sense of their aesthetic. I can’t be expected to be a mind reader…or am I? ūüėČ

What seems to be a trend that is definitely not going away anytime soon is Pinterest. Either you know nothing about it, know about it but don’t have the time nor the inclination to deal with it or if you are like me…OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE about it! What I have started recommending to all of my clients is that they start a pinterest Mitzvah board of things they find online that they like for their Bar Bat Mitzvah. You can pin anything from a logo, party favors, table decorations, food, the list goes on and on. That way, I can go to your board and see what you like. (Below you will see some of my boards on Pinterest)

Whether you use my services or not, whomever you hire will be grateful that you have a “vision board” of your Mitzvah!

If you end up creating a Bar Bat Mitzvah Board, you can easily send the entire board via email to whomever you want.


Phoebe’s Bat Mitzvah Logo and Accessories

¬†The entire dancefloor was wrapped with a skin of Phoebe’s logo! What a statement! (insert a cheetah growl!)

View of entire dance floor with stage

A variation of Phoebe’s logo. The PDB (her initials) were displayed throughout the event.

 Table shot of her adult placecards

 Close-up of placecards. I used azalea stardream paper with custom cheetah pattern for backing and pearl stardream paper for top layer.

On left: Phoebe’s logo on a custom high boy for the kids lounge. On right: Her logo incorporated into the menu.

It wouldn’t be a Phoebelicious event without a cupcake at the end of the night!

The Bat Mitzvah girl, Phoebe relaxing with a few custom pillows that were created for her event.

All photos courtesy of Simon Elliot Events…truly an innovator of Bar and Bat Mitzvah events!

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.

Promotional Marketing Flyer

Marketing Flyer DesignDouble-Sided Flyer (Final size: 8.5″ x 3.5″)

Magazine Design


Magazine Design

Postcard Design

Banner Design

Designs for Banner Ads