Lily’s Bat-Mitzvah was soft and elegant, and reminded us of a beautiful enchanted garden.
The centerpieces were simple and elegant; with long branches, leaves and pretty purple butterflies adorning clear vases with Lily’s name. Her check box was made to look like a mailbox, keeping with the garden theme, and the place cards were placed under hanging lights. Lighted hula hoops adorned the ceiling, adding to the whimsical feel of the space, and rustic signs pointing to different areas of the room topped off the pretty and creative décor. The staff at Kim Quinn Designs, and Balloonacy really outdid themselves this time!
Lily opted for her Bat-Mitzvah to be held at The Foundry at Puritan Mill. Built in 1921, the space was formerly a factory used to produce soaps and other cleaning products, but was bought and renovated in 2000 to be used as an event space. With its rustic, industrial feel, Puritan Mill was the perfect space for this event!
Let’s talk about food shall we? Dennis Dean Catering did a wonderful job on the cuisine, and featured delicious food from various buffet stations. There was even a candy buffet (what kid doesn’t love that??) that allowed guests to create their own favors at the end of the evening.
This enchanted evening was topped off with a great video montage of our guest of honor, and involved tons of partying and dancing from both the kids and adults. Atlanta Fever Entertainment rocked it!
Its safe to say everyone had a wonderful time, and loved celebrating Lily’s special day!