Zoe celebrated her Bat Mitzvah in eclectic, artistic style at King Plow in Midtown.


A truly talented artist, it’s no surprise that she opted for an art theme, displaying some of her amazing works amongst the existing art at the venue.










The venue itself seemed as though it was literally made for Zoe; with interesting pieces, and an industrial feel.


Kim Quinn Designs truly shone for this event. The details were incredible, featuring centerpieces made of paint brushes, this AMAZINGLY creative place card table and upturned paint cans spilling gorgeous “paint” onto the cocktail tables. Cover Ups provided beautiful linens for the tables, completing this colorful palate. All of the guests went on and on about all of the creative touches that made this event so memorable!











As the guests ooh’d and ahhh’d over all of the fun details, they enjoyed delicious passed appetizers of tuna tacos, chicken salad in cornet and fried goat cheese bites, while the kids enjoyed mozzarella sticks and pretzel bites.










Dinner consisted of various mouthwatering stations, all labeled with fun and trendy chalkboards. Guests enjoyed tenderloin with mashed yucca, risotto, lemon sole, sautéed kale and the like.









Once everyone had had their fill, Krazy Boys pumped up the party with some awesome music and their always fabulous dancers! This crowd was SUPER into it and the dance floor was literally hot (as in people had to walk out of the room to cool off) with excitement!













During dancing breaks, kids and adults alike had tons of fun with green screen photos provided by Memories in a Moment, and collected fun, airbrushed souvenirs by Georgia Airbrush.


The Mitzvah Man made his way around the room capturing photos of the evenings festivities, while James Futch captured video. James was also responsible for the photo montage, and it was really so sweet to watch; mom and dad stood at the back of the room together hugging throughout the whole thing.

Zoe’s actual birthday happened to fall on the day of her party, so mom and dad had a special cupcake made just for her that looked like a painter’s palate. So fun!


Guests enjoyed a dessert bar of assorted mini desserts, mini cupcakes, and rice krispy treats dipped in icing (made to look like paintbrushes dipped in colorful paint).













Hands down, the most memorable part of the evening was the surprise flash mob led by Zoe’s little sister, Reese. She walked out to the center of the dance floor and 5th Harmony’s “Worth It” came on. The entire immediate family then broke out into a rehearsed, choreographed routine and the crowd. Went. Wild.

Congrats to Zoe and her beautiful family for throwing this super fun and memorable party. You guys rock!