Tables were set with solid purple tablecloths, and purple and white runners provided textural interest to the display. Gold place settings became the perfect accent to the royal purple, dotted with purple confetti. Centerpieces of purple phlox and white roses carried the color scheme through, and were spiked with gold metallic leaves for accent. Gold leaves and white linen napkins were tucked into the water goblets.
The only remaining question was where to find purple food? Cupcakes were the answer, made in purple cups, and Royal Purple Punch was served in goblets with purple and white straws. DIY circle garland hung from the ceiling to call attention to the buffet table.
Of course, even though purple was the featured color, these Bat Mitzvah party ideas could work in any color–and many of Pear Tree’s Bar and Bat Mitzvah invitations can be personalized in over 70 different colors. Just think of the possibilities! You’ll also find many more kids birthday party ideas on our blog.