I have created this website for several reasons.
When my twin sister and I were born twins were unusual and not very common. Today with the advent of IVF (in vitro fertilization) and the medical field exploding with infertility solutions…twins and multiple births are now so much more of a common occurrence.
Growing up as an identical twin was both rewarding and challenging at the same time. I love having a sister and some one the same age as me, but constantly struggled with my independence and how people perceive twins and how they saw me!? Most people don’t understand what it feels like to be a twin having to share everything growing up.
Having a double Mitzvah is no exception. Being a twin and having photographed many Mitzvahs I often am asked questions on “How do I do this B’nai Mitzvah as my children are completely different and we are having one celebration?”
Planning a B’nai Mitzvah for twins I imagine has twice the joy as well as twice the complexity on how to create a celebration for your two children who not only want to be treated as individuals, but may have completely different tastes and personalities as well as wanting their own special celebration.
I will attempt in this unique website to be the expert I am in the twin and Mitzvah worlds to help all you families out there with twins or triplets with suggesting great ideas and helpful solutions so each of your children has the best day of their lives and feels special on this amazing milestone.
I see the biggest challenge being how to celebrate each child’s individuality, tastes and interests. You will need to merge them together to create one concept or theme that will brand your children’s party in a way that is eloquent and tasteful but still captures each child’s spirit and style. It’s not an easy task.
There are many areas we will touch on such as temple gear, thematic concepts, cakes, logos, sign in boards and books, speeches, parent dances, photo decor and so much more.