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Orange Blue Soccer Bar Mitzvah Invitation Set

Orange Blue Soccer Bar Mitzvah Invitation Set

Orange Blue Soccer Bar Mitzvah Invitation Set

Are you looking for a sports themed soccer Bar Mitzvah invitation suite? Then this modern and minimalist navy blue and orange soccer Bar Mitzvah invitation set would be an excellent choice.

Soccer is a popular sport in the US and many boys are soccer sports fans. If your son is a fan of soccer or a soccer player, then it makes a great theme choice for his Bar Mitzvah celebration. After all, there are many decor items available. Also, you can choose any color combination to go with a soccer theme. Perhaps even your son’s favorite soccer team’s colors. In this case, the designer has chosen navy blue and orange paired with the black and white soccer ball. These colors are a great choice for a boy because they are masculine, bold, and provide fabulous contrast!

This minimalist soccer Bar Mitzvah invitation features a simple black and white soccer ball at the top as an accent paired with a navy blue background and orange stripe frame on both sides. Also, this simple and modern design features a sports style font for your son’s name in orange while the rest of the wording is in a simple white sans-serif font. In addition, the other stationery items (RSVP card, thank you card, and address labels) mix and match with the invitation. The thank you card in this case is a flat card with a section for your child to write his thank you message.

This soccer Bar Mitzvah invitation would also work for a Bat Mitzvah if your daughter is a soccer fan.

This navy blue and orange soccer Bar Mitzvah invitation set design was created by graphic designer MHeaDesign.

The wording on any of the items can be personalized however you’d like. Reception wording can be added to the invitation design as there is quite a bit of room with this design. If you’d like a separate reception enclosure card, the designer would be happy to add that for you. Also, please contact the designer if you’re interested in adding your son’s Hebrew name to the invitation. The designer can be reached using the “ask the designer” link on any of the product pages linked to below.

Shop for this modern navy blue and orange soccer Bar Mitzvah invitation on Lemon Leaf Prints

Currently available for purchase with this set are an invitation, a rsvp card, a thank you card, and mailing labels. Click on the images below to visit the product page for that particular item.

  • Soccer Bar Mitzvah Invitation Navy Blue and Orange with Soccer Ball
  • Soccer Bar Mitzvah RSVP Card Navy Blue and Orange with Soccer Ball
  • Soccer Bar Mitzvah Thank You Card Navy Blue and Orange with Soccer Ball
  • Soccer Bar Mitzvah Address Labels Navy Blue and Orange with Soccer Ball

Interested in other items to go along with this design or have questions about the design? Want the design in a different color combination? Contact the designer, MHeaDesign, using the “ask the designer” link on any of the above product pages and she will help with any questions or requests.

6 Gender-Neutral Bar and Bat Mitzvah Themes

MyJewishParty guest author post

One tricky aspect to choosing a Bar or Bat Mitzvah theme, is that kids at this age tend to be entering a time of co-ed friend groups, but are still somewhat stuck in the toy store world of gender-stereotyped products. Of course, stereotypes and labels are becoming less and less of the stronghold they once were, but you still want to make sure your theme feels approachable for everyone.

Here are a few themes that are “gender-neutral” enough to include everyone, regardless of how your guests identify or what hobbies peak their interest.

  1. 1) Beach Theme

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    Who doesn’t love a day at the beach? Whether you’re into watersports, Jimmy Buffet music, or just warm weather lounging, it’s nice to feel your toes in sand (literally or otherwise). A beach theme is one that can be done on any budget, too. Want to go big? You can rent large palm trees and a surfboard bar for decor. Hire a steel drum player or even a hula dancer for entertainment! Prefer low key? The local party supply store will have plenty of decorations to keep things beachy. Add games such as frisbee, cornhole, and horseshoes to entertain the gang for hours.

  2. 2) Sports Theme

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    Not everyone loves sports, but everyone has something they love about sports. Whether you’re the one who hits the ballgame for the peanuts and cracker jacks, cheers on the cheerleaders more than the players, or just can crush the arcade version of an actual sports game, we all love to be surrounded by the spirit of friendly competition.

  3. 3) Carnival Theme

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    Many people associate carnivals with really young kids, but carnivals are actually ideal for preteens. Not only are are older kids able to enjoy the games with minimal supervision (more grownup time!), but it’s often the age where winning someone a prize or initiating a small wager over a game is the sweetest form of flirtation.

  4. 4) Hollywood Theme

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    Adolescence is a time of transitioning. Tweens often turn to movies and public figures to mimic behavior and get an idea of what the future holds. This creates a few years of obsession over certain celebrities and/or movies. To turn it back to make it about the guest of honor, though, you can showcase his or her favorites using table names of favorite stars, activities that mimic specific films, and a red carpet entrance that allows them to be the admired one.

  5. 5) Decades Theme

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    Your kids may hate hearing you stories about the past, but they love time traveling there themselves. Just look at the old fashion trends and throwback movies that are circling around time and time again! Anything from a 1950s malt shoppe, to a flashy 70s disco, to a totally rad (brightly colored!) 90s bash will provide the added bonus of your chance to say “I remember when…”

  6. 6) Upside Down/Backwards Theme

    Turn teenage rebellion on its head by creating a theme that relies on things being against the rules! Serve a naked cake (perhaps before dinner?), “graffiti” or screen print shirts, and encourage outrageous or inside-out clothing. Should you and your family find it appropriate, you can even consider a trick candle for one of your candle-lighting ceremony honorees!

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Karen Gordon is the VP of Growth at Goodshuffle. Goodshuffle is simplifying event rentals with their online marketplace which makes it easy to shop, compare prices, and book your rentals all with a few quick clicks. Their software product, Goodshuffle Pro, streamlines operations for event rental companies.