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In Judaism, Bar Mitzvah ("one to whom the commandments apply"), Bat Mitzvah, and B'nai Mitzvah (pl.) are the terms to describe the coming of age of a Jewish boy or girl. According to Jewish law, when Jewish children reach the age of majority (generally thirteen years for boys and twelve for girls) they become responsible for their actions, and "become a Bar or Bat Mitzvah." In many Conservative and Reform synagogues, girls celebrate their Bat Mitzvahs at age 13, along with boys. Prior to this, the child's parents are responsible for the child's adherence to Jewish law and tradition, and after this age, children bear their own responsibility for Jewish ritual law, tradition, and ethics and are privileged to participate in all areas of Jewish community life.
 
In modern Jewish observance, the occasion of becoming a Bar Mitzvah or (in non-Orthodox congregations) a Bat Mitzvah is usually associated with the young man or woman being called to read the Torah and/or Haftarah portion at a Shabbat or other service, and may also involve them giving a d'var Torah including a discussion of that week's Torah portion. Precisely what the Bar/Bat Mitzvah may do during the service varies in Judaism's different denominations, and can also depend on the specific practices of various congregations. Regardless of the nature of the celebration, males become entirely culpable and responsible for following Jewish law once they reach the age of 13, and females once they reach the age of 12.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bar Mitzvah Invitations and Bat Mitzvah Invitations are used to inform friends and family of a celebration honoring the Bar Bat Mitzvah ceremony of a Jewish young adult. Bar Bat Mitzvah Invitations should be sent to everyone who you may want to share in the exciting and special event and attend the celebration. Bar Bat Mitzvah Invitations should be sent out to ensure sufficient notice of the event. Typically in addition to the Bar Bat Mitzvah Invitations, often also included in the envelopes to guests are Bar Mitzvah Directions Cards, optional Bar Mitzvah Reception Cards, and Bar Mitzvah Response Cards.
 
While there are many different designs to choose amongst, there is typically a consistent format to the text on Bar Bat Mitzvah Invitations. Of course, all text is customizable, personalizing your design and truly making your design yours. Typically, Bar Bat Mitzvah Invitations have an Introduction (a short passage from a poem, phrase, or quote), the Honoree’s Name (often First and Last Name), the Event Details (Event Date and Time, Event Location), Parents Names, Reception information, and RSVP information.
 
With a wide selection of Bar Bat Mitzvah Invitations to meet every style design and taste, you are sure to find the Bar Bat Mitzvah Invitations that convey your own specialness with this amazing moment in your family’s life. Personalize your chosen design to create a unique, customized memento to commemorate this tremendous occasion.