Los Angeles Bat Mitzvah Photography – Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills: Charlotte

“Unlock the Merriment” is the absolute perfect tagline for little Miss Charlotte’s Bat Mitzvah celebration for the entire evening was filled with merriment had by all.  The Bat Mitzvah service and celebration was held at the beautiful Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, and every part of this exquisite affair was amazing.  Starting with Charlotte’s Bat Mitzvah service held in the garden during sunset with Rabbi Baron of  Temple of the Arts Beverly Hills leading the service.  Charlotte did a great job reading form the torah, as she became a daughter of the commandments, with the prideful eyes of her friends and family watching over her.  The event transitioned into the ballroom where the party really started and the merriment never stopped!

As you stepped into the room of Charlotte’s party your first visceral reaction was as if you were taking a breath of fresh air. As you continue to gasp in amazement of the beauty of the room, the beautiful fresh elegance of it all just overwhelms you, and you just have to stop and take it all in. Danielle Staffieri of With Fresh Eyes got every last detail of this room just perfect.

This Bat Mitzvah was a true celebration, love and life filled the room the entire night, and it really shows in how much fun everyone is having in the photos.  It was a true honor for Ron Levy Photography to photograph this Bat Mitzvah, and we have to thank the Cohen family for allowing us to share in this special day.

A huge thank you to everyone who made this beautiful night possible, including a special thanks to our photography assistant Patrick Martin.

Onsite Synagogue: Temple of the Arts Beverly Hills with Rabbi Baron & Cantor Pierce

Home Synagogue: Congregation Shir-Ha-Ma’Alot

Location:  Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

Event Coordination and Design: With Fresh Eyes – Danielle Staffieri

DJ & Entertainment: H2H The Perfect Element

Photography: Ron Levy Photography


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