Held at the Marriott in Alpharetta, Ellerin’s Bat Mitzvah took us far from the south to a beautiful and whimsical winter wonderland! Actually, come to think of it, it was p-r-e-t-t-y wintery this year in the great city of Atlanta, but we digress…
Kim Quinn Designs, Balloonacy, and Atlanta Lights all came together to create the “chilly” décor. Kim designed gorgeous centerpieces with branches and sparkly “snow”, as well as this amazing custom sign, and other creative touches. Balloonacy did what they do best: make balloons! And Atlanta Lights created a cool effect; allowing snowflakes to light up the walls, ceiling and dance floor.
The Marriott provided a delicious buffet dinner for the adults and a kid friendly buffet as well. The Marriott staff was incredible and ensured that all of the guests were well taken care of, not missing a beat even on a few special meal requests.
Vibe Entertainment was amazing! The dancers and DJ kept the guests crowded on the dance floor all night long and Ellerin’s little sister got much more than she could have ever imagined in the way of cool accessories. With several blow up guitars, funky sunglasses, glow in the dark necklaces and much more, we teased her dad, warning him he might need a bigger car!
Steven Dewberry Photography was onsite to capture all of the memories; we especially love this fun shot of Ellerin and her family!
Memories in a Moment provided a “creative outlet” for all of the kids, allowing them to take tons of photos with cool props and various backgrounds.
Georgia Airbrush created custom, airbrushed T-shirts for all of the kids. With tons of different colors and templates to chose from, this was a real hit amongst the crowd!
Finally, as guests began to leave, they were treated to one last snack; individually wrapped Krispy Kreme doughnuts in a trendy, chevron wrapper with Ellerin’s name on it, as well as a warm, decadent hot chocolate.
Despite the “chilly” theme, Ellerin’s special day was nothing but warm family fun, and an evening that she and her family are sure to cherish for years to come.