Newest Trends In Events

When planning an event such as a Bar/ Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16 or a wedding, If you want it to be the best, we offer the newest trends in events today.

Today’s bar and bat mitzvahs are lavish affairs with all kinds of attractions. Families are searching for new and out of the ordinary exciting ways to incorporate their child’s personality and likes into the event in ways that leave their guests talking about it for days.

If you are searching for ideas to make your next event the talk of the town, check out our list of just a few of the newest trends in celebrating any events in 2020. 


Trending Event Ideas


01. High Tech Photo Booths and Social Media Integration


Capturing that old school vibe with a traditional photo booth of yesterday its one of newest trending events ideas, letting guests keep the strips of funny shots as souvenirs. Now, kick it up a notch with a high tech photo booth or better yet a 360 photo booth! Far gone are the old traditional styles where a group of guests can stand on a platform with props and have a photo taken.

These high tech photo booths are placed on red carpets, using integrated Snapchat like filters that can be chosen at a touch of the screen and fully customizable to your theme. There are also boomerang booths that shot short videos on a loop, perfect for TikTok which is the most popular social platform for teens. Best of all, with most of these options, you can opt for instant uploads to guest’s phones or integration with social media and of course print them out on the spot.

Teens Party Trends


As young teens are almost always checking their phones, you may want to lean into that trend and integrate social media into your child’s bar or bat mitzvah. Photos that link to Snapchat or Instagram are just one of the options. If you like, you can assign a hashtag to your event and install a screen where all posts with that hashtag are displayed in real-time.

Even if you don’t go for a real-time display, hashtags are great because they make it easy to collect everyone’s photos after the event. You can just hop on Instagram or Twitter after the party, search for the hashtag you’ve chosen and save the pics you and your child like best.


02. LED Everything & Blacklight 


LED lights and screens are ideal for all kinds of decorations and its also one of the hottest events trends today. The LED screens are often used in the front or behind the DJ booth, displaying custom logos, video montages, and party themes. Montages have become standard at Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.

Kids love to see themselves when they are younger, One of the new trends in events is making a video montage which adds a whole new dimension and makes it enjoyable to show guests. Another way to incorporate video is with a personal message at the end of the montage from parents, the guest of honor or even a celebrity or two.

Surprise Video Clips


Surprise video clips from celebrities will give your guest of honor a real thrill — whether it’s their favorite sports star, a niche YouTube vlogger, a reality TV host or someone even more famous. Try reaching out to one of your child’s heroes to see if they would send a 5-second video clip wishing them a mazel tov on their Bar or Bat Mitzvah and see what happens.

You can even have an LED dance floor, make dancing even more fun, add an LED hula hoops, glow-in-the-dark sticks, and necklaces and you have an instant glow party or a black light party! First, it’s helpful to know the difference between a glow party and a blacklight party. In both cases, regular lights are out. That doesn’t mean you’re totally in the dark.

At a glow party, you can use glow sticks, candles, glow in the dark paint, and black lights to illuminate the festivities. A black-light party is a bit more restrictive since the light comes from black lights causing fluorescent materials to glow. 


03. Customized Party Favors


Customized “swag” is another option you may want to consider for your event. Make that hashtag or logo even more memorable by putting it on a sweatshirt, hats, coffee cup or another type of party favor.

In addition to the typical items that the DJ hands out, the hottest trend in making your party unique is to add a variety of personalized or branded items with your child’s logo or hashtag. When you give these items it motivates the kids to be on the dance floor and demonstrate their best dance moves in hopes of being given one of the coveted items. If you’re looking for non-apparel items, consider customizing water bottles, blankets, gift cards, headbands, and bracelets. 



04. Grand Entrance 

  Another one of the Trending Event Ideas which is gaining more attention is choosing to enter their Bar Bat Mitzvah celebration in a unique and fun way that shows off their personality as soon as they walk in. Making a grand entrance really gets the party started and it’s a fun way to make the milestone even more memorable. Trending lately is the entrance video, a splashy, highly produced movie that can be serious or funny, showcasing the Bar/Bat Mitzvah child in a crazy adventure, or just a lively photo montage or music video. Sometimes the child then enters the party through a breakaway wall that seems to be part of the on-screen action. Another grand idea is to enter the spotlight on some type of “wheels” like a Vespa, golf cart, surfboard, even a little red wagon. Whether the Bar or Bat Mitzvahs entrance is grand or not, they will have a remarkable experience if they choose to celebrate in a way that lets them have the most fun and shows their own style.

Conclusion – Hottest event trends

  So there you have it! These the hottest trending event ideas for 2020, Looks like this year brings a whole new dimension of technology interaction, personality and unique custom touches and style to party trends!  

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