A basket of colorful yarmulkes.
Set against clean white furniture, tables sport bright blocks of color via floral and runners in fabric, patent leather or Lycra.
A long view of the venue, Havat Ronit, or Ronit Farm, in Israel.
The mix of tables and chairs, some retro, some parsons style.
The color theme came from an advertisement featuring brightly colored polo shirts.
The flowers included gerberas, rancunculus and sweet peas.
A bright tabletop.
All the fun colors we should think won't work worked well, KBY Designs' Koby Bar Yehuda says.
Magenta gerberas next to orange peppers.
A riot of color.
The colors combine to create "a perfect spring atmosphere," Bar Yehuda says.
A longer view showing the various table treatments.
A cool look.
Some 300 guests--just under half children--enjoyed the event.
The KBY team used ribbon in bright colors and in stripes to add "belts" to the glass vases.
Colorful lowboys on the wood deck.
A long view of the venue, which includes large gardens and small lake.
The "color" theme also runs through the children's entertainment, handled by Rosh Hutzot. Here, a memory game using colorful sombreros.
A busy clown.
More colorful toys for the children.
Crafts for the children included jewelry-making and adding ornaments to flip-flops.
A balloon toy takes a nap on a white lounge.
The bat mitzvah girl likes to sketch costumes; here, her work is displayed for guests to admire. The bar mitzvah boy, her brother, had his photographs showcased.
Colorful flip-flops to decorate.
A long view of the deck on the lake.
The catering team from Mazal Tale.
The bar from Energy Bar.
As night begins to fall, Zilberboim Group provides dramatic lighting (and sound, too).
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