How to make an unforgettable party for a family’s biggest weekend, and one they don’t have to stress about the details?
On the bus ride to the first stop, everyone read an original haiku about the Bat Mitzvah girl, which were collected and bound into a book. The first stop was a scavenger hunt on the Third Street Promenade, which had them acting silly, and interacting with tourists. The next stop was an open paint at Paint:Lab. Each kid created their own work of art, and contributed to a large canvas that Zoe took home with her. Lunch was catered by Mendocino Farms, and there was a photo booth on site. The S’cream Truck was waiting for the group with their artisanal ice cream balls when the group arrived back at Zoe’s house. Everyone went home with custom t shirts to commemorate the day.