Vendor Spotlight! Pop Color Events

We’ll be regularly providing question and answer spotlights on some fabulous Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah vendors! First up in this series is a spotlight on Pop Color Events. Pop Color Events services Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia & Beyond.

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Business Name: Pop Color Events
Name and Title: Brynne Magaziner, Chief Magic Maker

Website: popcolorevents.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/popcolorevents/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/popcolorevents
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/popcolorevents/
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/popcolorevents/

How did you choose to become a Bar and Bat Mitzvah event planner?
I kind of fell into planning Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. I worked at a large synagogue as their Program Manager and as part of my responsibilities, I handled the Social Hall rental. I was constantly dealing with frazzled parents leading up to their child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvahs. The calmest parents were the ones who had a planner, but there were so few of them! I knew I could help. My background is both in working in the Jewish community and in event planning, so planning Bar and Bat Mitzvahs is the perfect mix! My path crossed with a mom who took a chance on me and the rest is history. Word of mouth in the Jewish community is huge!

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What’s your favorite part about being a Bar and Bat Mitzvah event planner?
I love working with families! Every family is so unique and that makes each party so fun to plan. I enjoy tailoring each planning experience and each party to the family’s needs, preference and style.

What sets your business apart from other Bar and Bat Mitzvah event planners?
There are very few planners who specialize in doing just Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, so that sets me apart from the getgo! I also blog {popcolorevents.com/blog} about helpful tips for planning Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.

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Do you have a favorite Bar or Bat Mitzvah that you’ve planned? Or a favorite theme idea?
There’s something from each event that is my favorite–the unique bar, the colorful flowers, the cool invitation, the delicious menu, the fun centerpieces, so it’s hard to say. There are definitely common themes–sports, camp, fashion, so the challenge is putting a different spin on a theme that people may have seen before.

In your opinion, how can having an event planner help when planning a Bar or Bat Mitzvah?
Saves time, money and sanity! We know the vendors who you’ll click with, who are in your price point and who can do exactly what you want. Great vendors make an event seem effortless and I work with the best!

Photo courtesy of Pop Color Events


What is the one important thing parents often miss when planning a Bar or Bat Mitzvah?
Families need to sit down with parents and Mitzvah child to decide what’s really important to them and focus on that. That should be done very early on, so decisions that are made later will correlate with what is most important. Knowing what your child and family truly value will allow you to leave out all the stuff that doesn’t quite fit.