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Posted: Wednesday, November 22, 2017 8:30 am

Celebrating a child’s bar or bat mitzvah is an important and meaningful milestone — and an expensive one. It’s akin to a wedding, with all the range and variety that implies. From a small and simple $7,000 celebration to a tens of thousands of dollars-level spectacle, this is no minor affair.

“People don’t really love to hear that, but if you’re getting food for 100 people at a private venue, it costs what it costs,” said Brynne Magaziner, the owner of Pop Color Events, a planning business. “It doesn’t matter if it’s a bar mitzvah or a wedding.”

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