People often wonder how they can express a sense of Judaic history and modern style in Bar Mitzvah Invitations. Thousands of pre-made and customizable selections are online, and this article will summarize how you can integrate the two into a single card.
Jewish symbols are hallmark representations of the Jewish faith. Their images are enduring, and they cannot be shattered or sullied. Secondly, any symbol can be depicted in any artistic style – from impressionistic, classical, to post-modern. Thirdly, any color can be used to infill or outline the symbol.
Jewish verses, the invitation’s wording, can be ornate, eloquent, and spiritual. The words are beautiful and memorable, and nothing can detract from that. Secondly, any font, font size, calligraphic script, or custom lettering can be used – from Old English to Comic book lettering. Thirdly, the font can be raised, embellished, colored in, or highlighted in any number of ways with modern printing techniques.
Combining information from the previous two paragraphs will yield a precious, precisely original card that molds the best of old and new. The trick is to retain the images and verses of yesteryear and jazz it up with color, custom fonts, and modern artistic representation.
But, how do you do it?
Websites that specialize in invitations for special events like to showcase and include as many customization options as possible. You can write what you want the invitation to say, choose a background or upload your own, insert Jewish symbols as clip art or pick your own from their selection, and specify the font, font size, font color, and font effects vis-à-vis printing techniques. All of these cost extra, of course, but the thing to remember is that the option is available to you, and you needn’t sway toward the ultra-modern or the antiquated. A delicious combination of both is at your fingertips.
Colorful papers, transparent paper, floral embellishments, high-end designers’ work, simple or extravagant borders, photographs, religious symbols, and textures, ribbons, and bows are all choices you can make to integrate.
Bar Mitzvah Invitations are something your child will remember, and likely keep, for the rest of his life. He will show it to his son and share the story of the event with his family. Perhaps nothing is important as the entrance into manhood, and the invitation needs to be stylish, beautiful, and enduring to match.