The cast of characters was to die for. Man of the day, Max David, was surrounded by a bone breaking contortionist, a tattooed mohawked dub stepper, a poppin’ and lockin’ dancing queen, the karaoke princess of Grace belting out slides and trills . . . and those were mostly his classmates! Max Caplan’s bar mitzvah and after party at the newly opened Highland Inn was a super fete, hosted by his parents, Ira and Diane. Family and friends noshed on the freshest farm to table fare (the roasted brussel spouts were to die for!), and sipped on signature cocktails while the younger generations partied on the patio with Julian, CJ, and Collision from Limelight Event Group. I’ll say it for the record, I have never seen a group of entertainers bring more energy and joy to a party . . . these gentlemen were unbelievable. Another score for Event Planning Resource super duo, Jodie Limsky and Sue Green.
Max and Limelight’s CJ gather the lay of the land.
Hora love for Max David.
First time I’ve ever seen a Hora selfie:)
Unbelievable. And too much fun to watch.
Rock, Paper, Scissors and Coke and Pepsi were among Limelight’s cadre of old party games taken up a mountain of notches.
Scavenging musical chairs . . .
Max’s twin sister, beautiful Sydney.
Max takes the stage for several moments, thanking his parents and guests for loving him so well. And they do. He is entirely lovable.
What a honor to document your special day, Max. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.