Huntington Beach Bat Mitzvah Photography – Camryn

The spunky, fun, and fabulous Camryn became a Bat Mitzvah at Shir Ha Ma’alot Irvine with the prideful eyes of her friends and family watching over her as she lead the congregation with such poise. Shearing in this special occasion with the super cool More family was a blast for us here at Ron Levy Photography!

Childhood dreams of living in the world of Candy Land complete with cotton candy trees, gum drop center pieces, swirly pops everywhere, a peppermint forest, and a candy shop size candy dispenser actually came to life in this amazing Candy Land themed “Camyland” extravaganza! The More family with the guidance of Danielle from With Fresh Eyes and her amazing team put together a truly magical Candy Land for all of Camryn’s Bat Mitzvah guest to enjoy. This celebration took place at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach, and everyone in attendance had so much fun dancing the night away!

The true essence of an event is always captured in real candid moments where you can see how much fun the guests are having! Some of our favorite moments as photographers are when we get in the thick of the dance floor and capture real moments like the ones you see below, without people even noticing we are there. For all skilled photographers should be able to capture beautiful posed photos and details, but only a photojournalist skilled in event photography can capture amazing candid images like these!

Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make this Mitzvah so fablous!

Synagogue: Shir Ha Ma’alot Irvine

Location: Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach

Event Coordination and Design: With Fresh Eyes – Danielle Staffieri

Flower and Centerpiece Design: Inviting Occasion – Larissa Rehder

DJ & Entertainment: Feel The Vibe entertainment – Jimmy Lee

Catering: Patina Restaurant Group

Cake: Simply Sweet Cakery

Photography: Ron Levy Photography – Ron & Gabrielle Levy

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