Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Caroline's Bat Mitzvah at Temple Rodef Shalom

MC Nick rocked the house at Caroline's Bat Mitzvah at Rodef Shalom. He, along with 3 Electric Entertainment dancers, made sure Caroline and all of her friends and family had a blast at the celebration. Check out a highlight video of the party below. Thanks to Ari at Reel N Motion for putting this together!

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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Reyna's Bat Mitzvah at the Clarendon Ballroom

The Saturday after Thanksgiving saw the coming of age for Reyna. She celebrated her Bat Mitzvah, with tons of friends and family, at the Clarendon Ballroom in Virginia. Reyna and her guests were privy to entertainment provided by MC Nick and three of our Electric Entertainment dancers. The afternoon affair was a great time for all!

Reyna was really into dancing. So much so that she made sure to let Nick know to only have dancing the entire time - not a single game was played! With Dance Platforms and Shadow Dancing available - everyone was entertained. Kids danced behind color changing screens - and everyone in front of the screen saw their silhouette. Meanwhile, other guests enjoyed being 2 feet above the crowd on multiple color changing platforms.

The afternoon went by so fast that guests had to be pulled off the dance floor when it was finally over. Another successful celebration for MC Nick and Electric Entertainment. Mazel Tov to Reyna and her family!

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Monday, November 30, 2009

Sammi's Bat Mitzvah at the Hilton Gaithersburg

Sammi's Bat Mitzvah celebration took over the Hilton Gaithersburg on Saturday night. MC Todd and three of his dancers got everyone going non-stop in honor of Sammi. For most of the kids, it was the second Electric Entertainment party of the day. For Electric Entertainment, it was the second weekend in a row at the Hilton Gaithersburg.

Sammi wanted a party focusing more on the kids than adults. Not a problem! We made her room into her own personal nightclub - complete with intelligent lights and a 10' video screen. We topped off the atmosphere with all sorts of flashing prizes including glow necklaces, sunglasses, maracas and rings.

Electric Entertainment also provided our state of the art Green Screen Photo system. Sammi and her friends were able to get photos taken against any backdrop they could imagine - and take home a copy in a customized frame.

Everyone had a blast, and by the end of the night exhaustion set in from the Thanksgiving holiday, Black Friday shopping, and a Saturday full of celebrations!

Mazel Tov Sammi!

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Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Dean and Liat's B'nai Mitzvah at the Ronald Reagan Building

The Ronald Reagan Building in downtown Washington DC was taken over by MC Brian and six of Electric Entertainment's dancers on Saturday night. We were there to celebrate the B'nai Mitzvah of Dean and Liat.

With 135 kids, and over 100 adults - we carefully crafted a schedule of events that allowed guests of every age to join in on the fun. When the doors open - the fun was only beginning!

As all 200+ guests gathered on the dance floor, Brian and his dancers led them in a myriad of moves to get them pumped up for the event. Once the excitement had spread to everyone - we welcomed Dean and Liat and their family into the ballroom. After a few quick dances, it was time for blessings and dinner, and a special song sung by Liat!

During dinner, guests texted away on our three video screens, and we played a few games with all the kids. Guests from as far away as Israel joined in on this! After an elegant candle lighting ceremony, we danced the night away - everything from Thriller to traditional Israeli dancing was played as guests danced until after midnight.

Electric Entertainment provided talent, and lighting for the room - including uplighting and custom gobos. Special thanks to Da Vinci Florists, Danielle and Phillip at the Reagan Building, Shmulik the photographer, and Michael Brazda Films. All of these great vendors came together to produce a truly magnificent night for Dean and Liat.

Here's a link to a highlight reel shot and produced by Michael Brazda:

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Rachel's Bat Mitzvah at the Hilton Gaithersburg

MC Carlos rocked the crowd at Rachel's Bat Mitzvah this past Saturday night.

When the lights went down - the music went up - and Carlos and his crew of two dancers made sure Rachel and all of her friends and family enjoyed the big day!

During cocktail hour - Carlos played games with Rachel and her friends. The hit of the night was the Levitation game. Rachel and her friends tried to levitate themselves off the ground! Following games, the doors opened and everyone danced as Rachel and her family were introduced one by one.

Throughout the night, guests of all ages sent text messages to Rachel that we displayed on our giant video screen. We also used the screen to show Rachel's montage - and custom graphics throughout the night.

Rachel's logo, designed by Lisa at Party Favorites, was displayed on screen - as well as on the floor using a custom gobo all night long!

When it was all over, Rachel and her family had a blast! Thanks!

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MC Todd Hosts Simchas at Renditions and the Potomac Community Center

MC Todd and his crew of entertainers had a busy day this past Saturday.

In the afternoon, Todd and one of his dancers entertained for an energetic crowd at Bobby's Bar Mitzvah. Bobby's celebration took place at Renditions in Davidsonville, MD. Bobby was really into games - and that being the case Todd played a ton of them including Coke and Pepsi, People to People, The Big Squeeze, and a bunch of Hula Hoop contests. Bobby also wanted to keep his guests dancing - which Todd was able to do using his commanding personality on the dance floor.

On Sunday - Bobby's mother called in ecstatic about how well the party went. She raved about how all of her friends, Bobby's friends and the staff at Renditions thought Todd was the best DJ they'd ever seen. The perfect end to a successful event!

On Saturday night Todd took his crew to the Potomac Community Center for Ezra's Bar Mitzvah. Ezra's party was unique in that Ezra's friends had access to everything from pool tables, to ping pong, to basketball courts. Todd used his experience to make sure everyone had a blast and enjoyed themselves the entire evening.

Thanks Todd!


Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Hayley's Bat Mitzvah at the Chevy Chase Women's Club

Hayley's Bat Mitzvah - Live, Love, Dance - took place this past weekend. Guests were treated to a room decorated with Hayley's dance memories from her whole life. Dance outfits acted as centerpieces - and photos of Hayley adorned the walls of the Chevy Chase Women's club. A huge "Hayley" sign was the centerpiece of the stage - which also featured our Diamond Set.

From start to finish, the dance floor was packaged. Kids and adults partied the night away and had to be chased off the dance floor when the party was officially over. Another great party hosted by MC Brian and featuring three of the most talented dancers in the industry. Mazel Tov Hayley!

By the way - here's what Hayley's family had to say after the party:

Thank you, Brian!! The party was amazing and everyone is talking about the energetic young man that led the party, the fact that they could talk with the people at their table and the fantastic music that allowed everyone to dance. Thank you for making the party even better than we had hoped!!! It was truly a night to remember.

Thanks again for a truly memorable evening, not just for us, but for our guests. They are all raving about you!!


Derek's Bar Mitzvah at Lakewood Country Club

Derek's Bar Mitzvah was rockin' Lakewood Country Club this past weekend. MC Nick and three of the Electric Entertainment dancers helped create an atmosphere unlike anything Derek's friends and family had ever seen before. Remember, an Electric Entertainment party means non-stop excitement and a GREAT time - mediocrity isn't in our vocabulary. :) The letter below from Derek's mother pretty much sums it up -

I cannot thank you and your staff enough for making the party so spectacular! Derek and friends had a ball! Our did too! I have had so many compliments about you from guests. Please feel free to use me as a refernce! I just gave your name and info out today to my friend Jennifer whose mitzvah is next year. She heard how great you were.
Let me know if you need anything from us.
Thanks again.
Cindy Pagella

Until next week - Thanks for reading!


Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Zach's Bar Mitzvah at the Fairfax Marriott

Zach's Bar Mitzvah took place this past Saturday afternoon in Fairfax. MC Todd hosted this video game themed affair. The party was rockin', and Todd and his dancers helped take it to the next level. Check out some highlights below!

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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Stephanie's Bat Mitzvah at FedEx Field

Friday, May 15, 2009

Bar and Bat Mitzvah Cakes - to the Next Level!

Gone are the old days of boring white frosting Bar or Bat Mitzvah cakes with blue Jewish starts on them… After all, this is 2009, and at this point in time cakes are readily available that will wow your guests. A flat round cake with white icing and chocolate layers may be tasty, but it likely will not leave a lasting impression on your guests.

If you have had a chance to watch a show like “Ace of Cakes,” you have already seen the amazing possibilities that exist when it comes to cakes. Cakes these days are not just flat and round. They can have interesting angles and details, pop-out characters, and even be sky-high if you like.

For your Bar or Bat Mitzvah cake, why not choose a theme that is exciting to your teen? The cake can actually mirror his or her hobby or passion. It can be anything from a sport, rollercoaster, or fashion show that literally comes to life in the form of a cake. If your teen loves music, your Bar or Bat Mitzvah cake can be designed to resemble a favorite band or album. You can also get a cake that is designed to reflect your city. For example, if you are planning a Washington D. C Bar or Bat Mitzvah, why not have your cake designed like the skyline of DC?

Some people have even incorporated Judaism into their cake in innovative ways. Why not have the cake be 3-foot tall image with an image of your teen reading from the Torah? It is possible to get creative and incorporate Judaism into the cake in a manor that far outshines just a simple Jewish star.

There are amazing cake artists in most cities that can design an innovative Bar or Bat Mitzvah cake that will impress your guests, and keep them talking. And long after the cake has been eaten, you will have fantastic photos of your teen and his or her friends smiling and having a fabulous time while slicing into the cake.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Shaner's Bar Mitzvah at Lakewood Country Club

It might have been the middle of May, but the ballroom at Lakewood Country Club turned into a speed-skating and skiing Winter Wonderland for Shaner's Bar Mitzvah. Thanks to Patti at Party Warehouse, gorgeous blue led lights and winter-themed balloons adorned the ceiling above the dance floor and accented each table with the theme. Combined with illuminated truss towers, scanning lights, and 50" plasma televisions, the ballroom surely had the party atmosphere!

MC Brian, MC Todd, and 3 dancers mingled with both kids and adults during cocktail hour, in which they found an elaborate sushi and appetizer display, cocktails, and even air brush t-shirts, all while enjoying a gorgeous Saturday evening outside on the patio. The party quickly moved into the main ballroom, where the energy was contagious! A high-octane introduction set the stage for a non-stop opening dance set, followed by a three-course meal from Lakewood's fantastic caterer.

Shaner's life was highlighted in a very nice montage shown on the plasmas, and from that point on, the dance floor never got empty. Guests of all ages packed the dance floor, actively being engaged by both MC's and dancers, while the DJ kept the music flowing.

It was such a pleasure working with Kelly, Patti, Jason Weil, and all of the other staff that made Shaner's party so successful. Can't wait to see everyone at Nathan's in 2 years!!


Jeffrey's Bar Mitzvah at the Gaithersburg Hilton

How sweet it was! Jeffrey's Sweet Treat candy-themed Bar Mitzvah rocked the Gaithersburg Hilton on Saturday, May 9th. While the adults enjoyed beer, wine, and cocktail foods in the atrium, all of Jeffrey's friends gathered on the dance floor for games, dancing, and even live text messages onto plasma screens. The energy had just begun, but quickly got to full scale as MC Brian and his dancers led an action-packaged introduction for Joel and Toby, Sam, and of course, Jeffrey.

After a great intro dance set, both kids and adults sat down to delicious meals and an emotional candlelighting ceremony. Naturally, an exciting Hora followed, which over-flowed onto the carpet because every guest was on their feet and taking part of the action! It's always great to see every chair empty during these dance sets.

Dessert was followed by a touching video montage, and MC Brian and his dancers kept the dance floor packed until the party ended, even though no one wanted to leave!

Thanks again to the Morse family for letting us celebrate with them...a second time!


Monday, May 11, 2009

Cool and Artistic Mitzvah Invitations

As many parents know, Bar orBat Mitzvah invitations can be easily be one of the most expensive parts of the event. The invitation might set the initial mood for the event, and we all love getting cool looking invitations in the mail. However, at the end of the day, the invites are usually not what people remember.

Even when you spend a great deal of your budget on the invites, let’s face it- the range of Bar and Bat Mitzvah invitations you typically see can tend to look a bit dull. If your invitations just blend in with all the others, they probably will be soon forgotten.

There are some innovative and creative ways to create your Bar and Bat Mitzvah invitations that may actually make your invitations more memorable. Why not step away from the traditional invite format and do something fun and different? It is possible to save money on your invitations, and also create something that people will remember. You can set the tone for your event to be a little more “cool” and out of the mainstream.

Etsy is a popular shopping site that you might already know. The Etsy website sells all kinds of handmade items, and you correspond and purchase directly with the original artist. Most people know Etsy sells things like jewelry and crocheted scarves, but did you also know that Etsy sells crafted invitations?

You can search a term like custom invitations” on Etsy , and find a variety of extremely cool invitations. The range of styles, prices and even materials is pretty endless. For Mitzvahs in particular, Etsy invitations make a fantastic alternative.

In addition to finding something extremely special, you will have the pleasure of communicating with the original artist. Many of these artists will be thrilled to know you are using their design for a Bar or Bat Mitzvah. Templates are available, and artists are also willing to custom design invitations for prices much lower than what you might imagine.

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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Chase's Bar Mitzvah in Rockville, MD

This past Saturday saw the transformation of Chase. Saturday morning… boy; Saturday evening… MAN! To Celebrate Chase’s coming of age, the Legacy Hotel in Rockville, MD was packed with friends, family, music, and games!

As adults entered, they were greeted with hors d'oeuvres, two fully stocked bars and tons of friends. For the kids, the first hour included tons of games.

Double shot, air hockey, foosball, ping pong and even skee ball were all set up. As the party started picking up Chase's parents were introduced to the song ‘Get This Party Started,” by P!nk. Then it was Chase’s time to shine. Armed with two beauties on his side, he entered in to a special “Superstar,” by Lupe Fiasco. There was no stopping from there. Bodies covered the dance floor the entire night. Chase's mom even joined in with the kids in a game of Coke and Pepsi. Everyone danced for hours, there was no letting up until the very end!

Another successful party hosted by MC Todd from Electric Entertainment!


Sunday, May 3, 2009

Creating an Interactive Website for Your Simcha

You have probably been seeing couples make their own wedding websites for years. As we know, a wedding website will typically list all the specifics of the affair, directions for out of town guests, gift registry information, to name just a few features. Why not create a Bar or Bat Mitzvah website? After all, your guests will need all the same information.

A Bar or Bat Mitzvah website is easy to put together and post to the web. It is easy and simple to find an affordable web template. If you want an even easier alternative to a website, you can even choose to make a Bar/Bat Mitzvah Blog for free. Just check out and These sites will allow you to sign up for free and post your Blog in a matter of moments. If you aren’t already familiar with Blogging, it is a very simple and easy skill to pick up. You can also ask your kids for help, as they very likely may know more about Blogging that you think!

Once you have your Bar or Bat Mitzvah website up and running, take some time and list all the details for travel and transportation that your guests will find helpful. You can include address, directions and photos from the hotel. For out of town guests, choices for eating and entertainment nearby the hotel will also be appreciated.

The Bar or Bat Mitzvah website is also a very tactful place to post gift registry information. You don’t want to post a hint about gifts in the Bar or Bat Mitzvah invitation, but the website will allow your guests to locate this information for themselves.

Blogs and websites are a great place to post photos. You can post images of you and your family before and after the Bar or Bat Mitzvah. After the event, you will undoubtedly have a ton more photos to post. You can also inform your guests on the website about the events at your Bar or Bat Mitzvah so they can start getting excited early on. Use your imagination and think about what will be exciting to your guests-definitely feel free to post information and links to your plans for catering and meal choices, Bar or Bat Mitzvah DJ, and photos of the venue.

Another great reason to have a website for your Bar or Bat Mitzvah is that you can email your guests, and direct them over to the site for immediate information. Also when you make an update to the site, you can instantly email all your friends and relatives and tell them to check it out.

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Lillie's Bat Mitzvah in Vienna, VA

Saturday morning saw Lillie take to the bima and become a Bat Mitzvah at Temple Beth Emeth in Herndon, VA. Saturday night saw 175 of Lillie's closest friends and family celebrate her accomplishment!

Westwood Country Club was decked out in orange, pink and gold as guests made their way into the the building. Adults were treated to a fully stocked bar - while Lillie's friends spent the first hour of the party enjoying wax hands in the Riverside Room.

As the doors opened to the ballroom, Lillie's friends had already taken over half of the dance floor - the other half was soon overflowing with adults as we got ready for Lillie's grand entrance. Lillie was carried in by two of our Bat Mitzvah dancers to the song "When I Grow Up", by the Pussycat Dolls. After that, we got Lillie's whole family to lead a line dance for their friends.

Dinner followed, and as people finished up we played a quick game of Coke N Pepsi with all 75 of Lillie's friends, and then we levitated this same group! The hora and dancing capped off the night - I don't even think people got a chance to eat dessert since the dance floor was so packed!

Of course, following the party Lillie wanted to do it all again the next day. Another great Bat Mitzvah celebration hosted by MC Brian and the rest of our crew at Electric Entertainment! We worked with Carin from Events Extraordinaire - who coordinated the event and made sure everything went off as planned. Patti, from Party Warehouse, did all the balloons in the room including the wonderful arch that went above our DJ booth!


Saturday, April 25, 2009

Bonnie's Bat Mitzvah in Rockville, MD

Bonnie's Bat Mitzvah was an amazing affair for guests of all ages this past Saturday afternoon. With pink balloons decorating Lakewood Country Club in Rockville, MD - Bonnie and her friends and family danced, and danced, and then danced a little more!

During the cocktail hour, Bonnie's friends paid tribute to their friend by sharing special presentations the had put together. When the ballroom opened, Bonnie was introduced, by MC Brian, to "Dangerous" by Kardinal Offishall. Brian then helped Bonnie come up with the "Bonnie Dance" that all of her guests were able to follow. Creating a custom dance is a great way to make your party different from all the others!

Unlike most Bat Mitzvah's we entertain at, this one provided a sit-down meal for all the guests. There was no crowded buffet line in site! As guests finished up their meals, we presented a very special montage to Bonnie that had been created by her father. The montage looked great, and the crowd cheered their approval at the end.

Brian and his three dancers continued to wow the crowd following the montage with all sorts of new and exciting activities. From custom dances, to creative prizes, to just having a great time - everyone at Bonnie's party agreed that her "Pretty in Pink" affair was an amazing afternoon!


Liz's Bat Mitzvah in Rockville, MD

It was Liz's time to shine on Saturday afternoon at Temple Beth Ami in Rockville, MD. Her Bat Mitzvah celebration was hosted by MC Todd from Electric Entertainment.

Todd met with Liz and her family prior to the party to create a flowing time line, discuss song and game specifics, and generally make sure Liz and her family were really able to just show up an enjoy their party. This type of service, and of course his incredibly energetic performances, are what make MC Todd one of the most sought after entertainers in Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia.

Liz was introduced to a high-energy version of "I Want Candy". The sweetness that was Liz's party didn't end there! Guests were treated to party classics, such as the Cha Cha Slide and the Cupid Shuffle - along with a customize dance that Todd and his dancers designed just for Liz.

Even though the party was in the afternoon - guests were shaking the dance floor like it was a huge Saturday night shindig. After all, it's the DJ talent that will make your party outstanding - that's what we do at Electric Entertainment!

Thanks to Barry from Barry C. Altmark Photography for the great shots from Liz's Bat Mitzvah!


Caitlin's Bat Mitzvah in Washington, DC

Caitlin's "Black and White" affair was the hottest party in Washington DC on Saturday night. MC Brian and his crew of three dancers kept Caitlin, and almost 80 of her friends, moving on the dance floor all night long without a pause.

Guests were treated to the music of the Machaya Klezmer band as they entered the Josephine Butler Parks Center in Washington DC. Electric Entertainment provided our Holographix fun photos for Caitlin's Bat Mitzvah cocktail hour.

Following cocktail hour, the real festivities began. Our plasma displays and custom lighting package lit up the room for everyone - and the energy we brought transcended to every single guest. Caitlin wanted all dancing, no games, and that's what she got. When I got home, at 2AM, I already had an e-mail in my inbox from a future Bar Mitzvah family of Electric Entertainment - they told me it was the best party they'd ever been to. That's what we do at Electric Entertainment. Mazel Tov Caitlin!


Brittany's Bat Mitzvah in Chantilly, VA

Electric Entertainment provided DJs and dancers for Brittany's Bat Mitzvah this past Saturday afternoon. Brittany's afternoon affair took place at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, VA.

With tons of games and dancing - Brittany and her friends all had a blast. We brought in special glow-in-the-dark sunglasses just for Brittany to really add an extra flair to her party. At the end, people didn't even want to go home - they wanted to stay and party! Once again, another great Bat Mitzvah in Virginia from Electric Entertainment!


Sunday, April 19, 2009

Stephanie's Bat Mitzvah in Rockville, MD

Stephanie's Sweet Shoppe took over the VisArts Center in Rockville, MD on Saturday night.

Electric Entertainment provided all sorts of goodies for Stephanie. For starters, we transformed the room by adding some color using pink and green uplights. We then brought in a customized lighting solution that lit up the dance floor all night long. MC Brian was on hand to lead the festivities and make sure this Bat Mitzvah party was rockin' all night long!

The party began with Stephanie and her friends in the main party room. They were treated to a variety of games, as well as some of the hottest new dance music out there. By the time the adults came in, this party was already going strong. We then introduced Stephanie and her family - following it up with a custom dance that Stephanie's family created, and dance contest between guests on the dance floor.

After the motzi and kiddish were recited - the party continued without delay. A delicious meal was served, a great time was had by all, and I can't forget that amazing "Candy Bar" for all of Stephanie's friends.

We worked with an incredible photographer, event planner, videographer and caterer to make Stephanie's Sweet Shoppe become a reality. Thanks to all for the great work!


Thursday, April 16, 2009

Mitzvah Cocktail Hour - Fun for the Teens and Adults

By the time you finish Bar and Bat Mitzvah planning, you might very well be looking forward to relaxing with a glass of wine during the adult’s cocktail hour.  During the adult’s cocktail hour it is important to find an activity that will be fun and engaging for your child and his or her friends.  Many parents planning Bar/Bat Mitzvahs have found that this is an ideal time to set-up structured games and events for the teens.  After all, you want to enjoy that glass of wine while knowing everyone is occupied with activities and having a great time.

Some ideas for Bar/Bat Mitzvahs cocktail hour include games and activities that correspond to your child’s personal interests. Some great and innovative ideas include body art such as temporary tattoos, bringing in caricature artists, or even holding a small carnival or casino hour.

The array of ideas for cocktail hour activities for your teen is pretty endless- feel free to use your imagination.  Think about your teen’s hobbies, and try to figure out something that is a good match.  For example, if your child enjoys mental types of games perhaps you could set up a session of trivia games with prizes for the winners. If your child enjoys sports, you can bring in a small set-up of a basketball game for the kids to play.  Dancing marathons with prizes are always a great idea for kids who enjoy getting out on the dance floor.

Parents realize that the time that their child spends with his or her friends during the event will often be the most memorable.  After all that hard work and preparation, your teen undoubtedly deserves some fun and relaxation as well! 

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Monday, April 13, 2009

Kyra's Bat Mitzvah in Washington DC

Kyra and all of her friends and family celebrated the night away at the Washington Club in Washington DC on Saturday night at Kyra's Bat Mitzvah!

MC Nick, and his team of a DJ and dancers, led dances such as the Cha Cha Slide, the Cupid Shuffle, and even a special dance designed just for Kyra. Later on, everyone participated in a game of Scramblegories to break the ice.

A video montage showing Kyra's life was shown at this Washington DC Bat Mitzvah. After that, guests joined in the Hora and then partied right up until the last dance!


Friday, April 10, 2009

Lexi's Bat Mitzvah in McLean, VA

"Light Up The Night", was the theme of Lexi's Bat Mitzvah celebration at Maggiano's Tysons Corner in McLean, Virginia. Lexi, and close to 160 of her closest friends and family traveled from Maryland for this wonderful soiree.

As guests arrived, they were treated to a plethora of fun photo opportunities. They were able to get their picture taken with celebrity cutouts in a variety of backgrounds thanks to the fun photo activity. Lexi and her friends also participated in games and dancing with the Electric Entertainment dancers.

After an hour of warming up, it was time for the real party to begin. MC Brian introduced Lexi and her family to a dance floor packed with people - every single guest was clapping their hands on the dance floor as Lexi entered to a high energy tune spun by our Virginia Bat Mitzvah DJ. MC Carlos and the Electric Entertainment dancers helps keep things moving. The dance floor lighting was provided by Electric Entertainment, and it lit up the night just as Lexi had dreamed of! The party continued with games, dancing, a video montage, and of course - more dancing! Lexi's guests all partied right up through the last song as they wished Lexi the best!


Alexis' Bat Mitzvah in Baltimore, MD

Alexis shined at her Bat Mitzvah in Baltimore, MD on Saturday afternoon. Electric Entertainment provided a DJ, dancers, and giveaways for the celebration. MC Todd made sure Alexis was the star of the show!

Following Alexis' service at Temple Oheb Shalom the party started. While adults enjoyed hors d'ouvres and cocktails, Alexis and her friends were treated to an exciting game of Coke N Pepsi. The party proceeded with dancing and games throughout the afternoon. Dessert was a delicious ice cream bar where guests could create their very own ice cream sundaes!

When the party finally had to come to a close, Alexis and all her friends and guests had enjoyed an incredible afternoon!


Jeremy's Bar Mitzvah in Washington DC

The cherry blossoms were in full swing, and so was Jeremy's Bar Mitzvah celebration in Washington DC. Clyde's of Gallery Place was the host venue for Jeremy's Bar Mitzvah celebration this past Saturday.

Jeremy and his friends were transported by bus from the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue to Clyde's for an afternoon of dancing and games in celebration of Jeremy. Guests were treated to customized air brush pillows, along with Holographix fun photos during cocktail hour. Following that, MC Brian got this Washington DC Bar Mitzvah started with a grand introduction of Jeremy and a special dance created just for the party. Jeremy and his friends were also abe to use Electric Entertainment Mitzvah Texting to send text messages to a plasma display for everyone to see!

Caroline, from Creative Balloons and More helped to make the room spectacular, while Ahava Photography made sure to grab all of the memories from the afternoon. This Washington DC Bar Mitzvah, featuring a DJ and dancers from Electric Entertainment, was a hit!