The Bar Mitzvah ceremony and celebration is a sacred event in Jewish culture. At the age of 13, a boy becomes committed to observing the commandments of Judaism. Bar Mitzvah’s literal translation is “son of the commandments.” As with weddings, there is a lot of planning involved to prepare for a Bar Mitzvah. A local specialist can help you and your guest with some nice Men’s formal attire if you’re thinking about it.


Most Bar Mitzvahs are held during morning Shabbat services at the Synagogue. However, some happen on other days and some opt to hold a private Bar Mitzvah at different locations.

Bar Mitzvah Tradition and Formal Wear

During the Bar Mitzvah, men will wear a prayer shawl, also known as a tallit. The tallit serv