Orange County Bar Mitzvah Photography – Noah

Simply stated Noah is one cool dude. His chill and confident vibe for the synagogue service and party made for a relaxed and fun environment for all in attendance of this super cool Bar Mitzvah! For his Bar Mitzvah service at University Synagogue Irvine he did a great job leading the congregation in prayers, all while surrounded by the support of his large loving family and friends. The Foigelman family is near and dear to our hearts and we are so honored to share in another amazing Foigelman family event.

The Bar Mitzvah party was at the sleek and modern AnQi by House of AN in South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa. Having Mitvah parties here is always so cool and this one was no exception! Now lets be real flowers or cheese party balloons for a cool dudes Bar Mitzvah would have just not cut it. But the design for this event with unique and uber cool mylar geometric balloons, along with a million candles and metallic chachkies, in the end the look for this event was on point for a mescaline and modern look. Beyond the amazing look of this event, it was truly a fun event! Everyone including adults and children danced the night away and had a great time celebrating Noah and family!

For us photographing a Bar Mitzvah party is all about the action shot, the more photojournalist action shots the better! Simply because these are the images that tell the true story of the night, and make you actually feel what it was like to be at the event. As you can see the energy at this event was off the charts all night.

Thanks to everyone who made this night amazing!

Member Synagogue: Shir Ha Ma’alot Irvine

Service Location: University Synagogue

Event Location: AnQi by House of AN in South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa

Event Coordination and Design: With Fresh Eyes – Danielle Staffieri & Crew

Floral, Design, DecorInviting Occasion – Larissa Rehder

Balloons – Balloonzilla

DJ & Entertainment: Feel The Vibe entertainment – Jimmy Lee

Photography: Ron Levy Photography – Ron & Gabrielle Levy

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