Hosting a neon glow party themed Bat Mitzvah? Wasootch has designed this fabulous modern and funky glow party Bat Mitzvah invitation set. This Bat Mitzvah invitation set is perfect for a neon glow in the dark themed Bat Mitzvah.
The background on this glow party Bat Mitzvah invite suite design is a gradient dark navy blue to simulate a dark night sky. This background is then complimented with neon colors for the wording and some of the wording and the Star of David appears to glow like a neon sign would. The fonts used are modern and sleek making this invitation suite look very funky and futuristic. The colors are blue, yellow and pink.
There is currently a glow party Bat Mitzvah invitation, reply card, reception card, mailing labels, and save the date available for purchase.
Change the wording however you want. We will typeset the design for you and provide electronic proofs for you to approve before anything goes to print. Wording can also be added to the back of the invitation if you wish (maybe you want to add wording about her Bat Mitzvah project as an example). If you don’t want to include your daughter’s Hebrew name, it can be removed. All of these changes are included with your purchase.
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This design is so elegant and sleek that it speaks for itself, so it would look fabulous on the very affordable standard 120# uncoated accent opaque paper. If you are interested in having a more shimmery look, the #110 ice pearl paper could work. However, because the blue background is so dark, much of the shimmer in the paper would be covered up where there is dark blue. The shimmer would show more with the lighter colors in the design.
Want any other items to go along with this design or have questions about the design? Contact us either here on this site or contact us using the “ask the designer” link on any of the above product pages and we will help with any questions or requests.
Posted by Wasootch - a designer of unique special occasion stationery and customizable gifts.
Posted on February 2, 2018 2:40 pm by Wasootch
Blog Categories | Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah