Bat mitzvah time is an extremely exciting time in every girl’s life. Upon becoming an official adult, at leas as far as Jewish Law is concerned, the bat mitzvah girl is showered with gifts of all kinds; books, clothes, and, of course jewelry. Bat mitzvah jewelry is perhaps the most popular type of jewelry.
Bar mitzvah jewelry encompasses all type of jewelry: earrings, bracelets, pendants and more. If you are looking to buy bat mitzvah jewelry for a loved one, a few questions should be taken into account as you shop around for the perfect necklace, ring or any other jewel. Firstly, of course, decide on your budget. Bat mitzvah jewelry made of gold and diamonds will be less affordable than bat mitzvah jewelry made of copper. If your budget is limited, do not be discouraged; some of the most beautiful bat mitzvah jewelry is actually on the inexpensive side. For instance, a beautiful heart silver necklace with two matching heart silver earrings can be very affordable, yet, at the same time, beautiful and classy. A Star of David zircon pendant is absolutely stunning, and surely is much more affordable than actual diamond. Do not let your limited budget stop you from shopping around for the perfect bat mitzvah jewelry, because are sure to find something.
Then, once your budget has been assessed, try to find out the girls’ taste in jewelry. Bat mitzvah jewelry, often, means jewelry that bears a Jewish identity. For example, Chai necklaces are very popular bat mitzvah jewelry, because they are elegant, beautiful and Jewish-themed. Does the bat mitzvah girl ever wear Jewish jewelry? If she does not, will she be happy to finally own a piece? Bat mitzvah jewelry is all about the girl, her wants, what makes her happy, but it is also about celebrating her womanhood and becoming an adult. Usually, people like to somehow incorporate a Jewish feel into the jewelry. Instead of buying a Chai or Star of David pendant, you can have the girl’s Hebrew name engraved into her bat mitzvah jewelry. This is a great idea because such jewelry transcends age limits, meaning that she will love this jewelry long after her bat mitzvah, and it also makes for a great heirloom.