You’ve set the date, reserved a venue, and finalized the guests list. What’s next? Bat mitzvah invitations! Find out everything you need to know about buying, inscribing, and sending your bat mitzvah invitations. We have wording samples for those of you wondering what to write in a bat mitzvah invitation and etiquette tips for anyone wondering when to send them and much, much more.
Buying Bat Mitzvah Invitations
Your Bat Mitzvah invitations will not only provide guests with the whens, wheres, and whats, but also give them a taste of your bat mitzvah’s palette, theme, and level of formalness. Of course your bat mitzvah invitation wording will convey much of this information, but you can also use fonts, backgrounds, photos, and colors to further embellish your celebration’s look and feel.
The best way to ensure your bat mizvah invitations suit your celebration perfectly is to make them yourself on a custom invitation website like PurpleTrail.com.
Using PurpleTrail’s invitation maker, you can add photos and custom wording, along with your choice of fonts, backgrounds, and colors, to your bat mitzvah invitations.
They even let you design corresponding envelopes, envelope liners, and address labels, so your invitations standout among the rest of the recipient’s mail. On top of all this, while personalizing your bat mitzvah invitations and bat mitzvah stationery, you can also personalize custom mugs and custom bat mitzvah magnets as party favors. Learn more about creating custom stationery for your bat mitzvah on PurpleTrail.
What to Write in a Bat Mitzvah Invitation
After you’ve found bat mitzvah invitations you love, you’ll need to inscribe them bat mitzvah invitation wording that’s just right. Here’s a list of bat mitzvah wording samples you can use for guidance and inspiration!
You’re warmly invited to the
Bat Mitzvah Celebration
of our daughter
Charlotte Ann Rose
11.11.2015 at 3:00 p.m.
Her celebration’s theme is
Please come dressed in pink!
We are looking forward to
sharing this special day with you!
Please RSVP by November 1st. to
Ann: 99.999.999 or email@example.com
Memories are created by sharing
special moments with loving family and friends
Please join us as our daughter
Elizabeth Ann Stone
is called to the Torah as a Bat Mizvah
01.11.2014 — 6 pm to 7 pm
777 Center St., Brooklyn, NY
Reception to directly follow at 8 pm
at Crystal Hotel and Restaurant
888 West Lake Ave., Brooklyn, NY
Each generation is bound to the rest by a
legacy of faith, love, and tradition.
With pride in our heritage and joy in our hearts
we invite family and friends to join us we celebrate
the Bat Mizvah of our daughter
Sharon Maria Williams
Sunday the first of April
two thousand thirteen, five in the evening
Beit Shalom, 778 Third Avenue
a reception will be held
Saturday the second of March
at the Sheraton Resort at seven in the evening
898 Water Street, Seattle, WA
Judy Ann Sylvan’s
We would be delighted if you could join us for
Judy’s Alice in Wonderland themed Bat Mitzvah Celebration
11.11.2015 at 3:00 P.M.
Marriott Hotel: Conference Room 12
222 Water Street, Oakville, Ohio 33222
This is a semi-casual affair. Food, cake, and entertainment provided!
Bat Mizvah Invitation Etiquette
Buying your bat mitzvah invitations and sending them on time and to the right people is key to your party’s success. Use these bat mitzvah invitation etiquette tips for guidance on basic bat mitzvah etiquette.
When should I buy my bat mitzvah invitations?
To save yourself stress later on, try purchasing your bat mitzvah invitations well in advance. We recommend purchasing them as early as 3 to 4 months ahead of time. Doing so will give you one less thing to worry about weeks before your bat mitzvah celebration.
How many bat mitzvah invitations should I buy?
It’s never a bad idea to purchase extra bat mitzvah invitations in case one gets lost in the mail or you want to invite a few more people last minute, so we recommend purchasing at least 5 and up to 10, for larger celebrations, extra.
When do you send out bat mitzvah invitations?
Your bat mitzvah invitation should be sent out 6 to 8 weeks prior to the event. If for some reason you’re running late, you can save yourself time by opting for a mailing service option while ordering your cards. With mailing service, the card company will send your invitations directly to your guests for you.
Hopefully you found these bat mitzvah etiquette tips and bat mitzvah invitation wording samples helpful! Take a look at our Bat Mitzvah Invitation Wording post for more wording inspiration. Good luck planning your bat mitzvah!