Mexico Themed Bat Mitzvah

by Rosie
(North Carolina)

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Mexico Themed Bat Mitzvah Party Ideas


Mexico is my favorite place in the world, and my family is from Mexico, which is why I decided to use Mexico for my theme.

I covered the walls and the ceiling entirely with blown up pictures of Mexico that I either got off the internet or took when I went to Mexico. People could sign the posters if they wanted to.

When people walked in, they were offered Mexican appetizers and drinks. All of the food was Mexican food and for dessert there was Mexican wedding cake. Soooo good!

We hired a D.J. and played mostly Mexican music, but we also played modern songs that people could dance to.

For activities, we rented a ton of arcade games for people to play.

My dress was white and ended right below the knee and the sleeves were short and puffy. There was some red zigzag stitching along the hem, collar, and sleeves. When we bought the dress it was just plain white, but my mother added the red stitching to give it a more Mexican influence.

The party started at 4:00 and ended at 9:30. MY DREAM PARTY!!!

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