The One with the Fuchsia/Lime Green/Aqua Bat Mitzvah


Monday, September 5, 2011

Apparently there are a lot of Jewish people in LA cuz I be goin' to bat/bar mitzvahs all over the place all the time it seems! Last night the color scheme was fuchsia/lime green/aqua with a paisley pattern. But first, I had drive there, and passed my favorite view of downtown.
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It was at the Skirball Cultural Center which I always hear about on the radio when they're discussing traffic (so like a million times a day it's mentioned, haha), but this was my first time actually going there.
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FYI:
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I walked through a pretty garden to get to the front entrance.
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Prepare your eyes for fuchsia/lime green/aqua overload!
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Even the trees were lit up to match.
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I love this big pond in the main area.
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The candy table before it was covered up with a cloth and which was still covered when I left at 10:15pm - those kids were probably hopped up on sugar all night cuz they got to it so late!
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Cindy and I had to test out the camera to make sure it was working properly :)
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Here was my designated work area:
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Bounteous prepped pages:
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These guys would take pictures of the guests and print the photos right then and there and hand me a copy which I glued into the scrapbook and that was that! Can this even be called work? :)
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There was also a jewelry making table:
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Where do you think all the teenage boys spent the majority of the night?
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Boys will be boys.

The event at night:
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Let's try that shot again with a steady hand:
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Another exciting night in LA!

6 comments

  1. Those trees are awesome. :)

    Oh, and seriously...can I have your job?!?!??!

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  2. Ha! I thought it said Aquabat in the title, like the ska band. Now that would have been cool!

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  3. Man, sure beats the whole "cultural hall, try-to-ignore-the-basketball-hoops" scene. Kinda wish I was Jewish! lol

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  4. so colorful and fun! also thankful you can rock these events!

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  5. Looks like so much fun, you lucky girl, you ;)!

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  6. WOW! You are super lucky!! What a beautiful party! LOVE that green shade for the lamp/centerpiece! Gorgeous garden!!! Fun pics from the photo area!! I am a personal assistant for a client of mine--and we did a candy buffet--totally went all out! I bet there was at least 1000 dollars worth of candy! No one ate any of it! And---I forgot to tell you--LOOOOOOOVE your outfit! SOOOOOO fab:)

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