Ready to party?

For any­one from crafty kids to kvel­ling grand­par­ents, Elisa Cowen has some en­ter­tain­ing ideas

The Jewish Chronicle - JC Magazine - - Simchah Gossip -

NEWONTHEMENU He­won­praise­from TheTimes food critic Giles Coren, af­ter cater­ing a Wizo literary lunch. Now he can cook for you. Ben Te­nen­blat has opened his own kosher events, cater­ing and ban­quet­ing com­pany, for any­thing from gala din­ner to an in­ti­mate din­ner party.

CLEVERKEEPSAKES It’s hard to find an orig­i­nal me­mento to present to close fam­ily mem­bers or friends at a sim­chah. Lit­tle Love­ables is the an­swer. It can cre­ate pure sil­ver items such as­apen­dant,charm,tiepin, cuff­links, key rings or book­marks, bear­ing your fin­ger­print, along with a sig­nif­i­cant date, ini­tials and so on — choose from the col­lec­tion or com­mis­sion your own de­sign. Per­fect as a thankyou for your brides­maids or new hus­band or wife.


Hav­ing a chil­dren’s party? Keep young ones amused with Naty D’s in­ter­ac­tive show of singing and danc­ing to both tra­di­tional and mod­ern mu­sic — adults en­joy it too! As part of the en­ter­tain­ment, treat your guests to Naty D’s glit­ter tat­toos. They last for up to one week and come in a wide choice of de­signs — they can also be cus­tom-made to the theme of the party. Naty D also of­fers arts and craft par­ties — her De­co­patch( dé­coupage) ac­tiv­ity is a good one for age eight plus. The chil­dren are shown how to use strips of brightly print­ed­pa­per­todec­o­rate items such as a model of their ini­tials — th­ese are also fab­u­lous as ta­ble cen­tres.

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