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But what to do if the child wants someone the executive or manager isn't close to? "If the number gets past

But what to do if the child wants someone the executive or manager isn't close to? "If the number gets past $1 million, it's generally spent on talent," says a planner based primarily in L. The celebration — which cost $250,000 and was held at the Four Seasons, included such guests as Katie Couric and gifted attendees with custom Converses — featured a performance by Drake instead.Schinman, who has booked everyone from Ariana Grande to Pitbull to Rod Stewart, recalls "a video montage for someone in the industry, where we had Nelly, Kim Kardashian, Donald Trump, Sharon Stone, Goldie Hawn and a number of others, and it didn't cost them anything because you just call in favors." When the entertainment isn't free, Schinman has said that talent can be 25 percent of the cost, so, for example, $500,000 of a $2 million bar mitzvah.The owner of Hebrew Helpers, which he started as a side project in 2005, employs 23 mentors in four cities to help 140 to 180 children prepare for their coming-of-age ceremonies (rates from $3,000; officiant services from $3,700).executive producer Carolyn Strauss and actress/TV director Melanie Mayron are clients of Shotz's, among many others."Most people invite their boss, colleagues, co-founders of agencies and people from their temple, even if they aren't that close," says another organizer, adding that the inclusiveness is "usually just to show off, to say, ' My kid's bar mitzvah is better than your kid's bar mitzvah.' " The more guests, the more gifts."The giving of cash in multiples of 18 is a fairly recent tradition," says Moller.In February, she handled the bat mitzvah of the daughter of Edward Glazer, co-chairman of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and a member of the board for U. Planning these events starts two to three years in advance — as competition among classmates to land a prime weekend date can be fierce — and gathering the proper squad of people is important.Todd Shotz, a movie and TV and producer, now is the hottest teacher of the Torah in the entertainment industry.

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But what to do if the child wants someone the executive or manager isn't close to? "If the number gets past $1 million, it's generally spent on talent," says a planner based primarily in L. The celebration — which cost $250,000 and was held at the Four Seasons, included such guests as Katie Couric and gifted attendees with custom Converses — featured a performance by Drake instead.

Schinman, who has booked everyone from Ariana Grande to Pitbull to Rod Stewart, recalls "a video montage for someone in the industry, where we had Nelly, Kim Kardashian, Donald Trump, Sharon Stone, Goldie Hawn and a number of others, and it didn't cost them anything because you just call in favors." When the entertainment isn't free, Schinman has said that talent can be 25 percent of the cost, so, for example, $500,000 of a $2 million bar mitzvah.

The owner of Hebrew Helpers, which he started as a side project in 2005, employs 23 mentors in four cities to help 140 to 180 children prepare for their coming-of-age ceremonies (rates from $3,000; officiant services from $3,700).

executive producer Carolyn Strauss and actress/TV director Melanie Mayron are clients of Shotz's, among many others.

"Most people invite their boss, colleagues, co-founders of agencies and people from their temple, even if they aren't that close," says another organizer, adding that the inclusiveness is "usually just to show off, to say, ' My kid's bar mitzvah is better than your kid's bar mitzvah.' " The more guests, the more gifts.

"The giving of cash in multiples of 18 is a fairly recent tradition," says Moller.

In February, she handled the bat mitzvah of the daughter of Edward Glazer, co-chairman of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and a member of the board for U. Planning these events starts two to three years in advance — as competition among classmates to land a prime weekend date can be fierce — and gathering the proper squad of people is important.

Todd Shotz, a movie and TV and producer, now is the hottest teacher of the Torah in the entertainment industry.

million, it's generally spent on talent," says a planner based primarily in L. The celebration — which cost 0,000 and was held at the Four Seasons, included such guests as Katie Couric and gifted attendees with custom Converses — featured a performance by Drake instead.Schinman, who has booked everyone from Ariana Grande to Pitbull to Rod Stewart, recalls "a video montage for someone in the industry, where we had Nelly, Kim Kardashian, Donald Trump, Sharon Stone, Goldie Hawn and a number of others, and it didn't cost them anything because you just call in favors." When the entertainment isn't free, Schinman has said that talent can be 25 percent of the cost, so, for example, 0,000 of a million bar mitzvah.The owner of Hebrew Helpers, which he started as a side project in 2005, employs 23 mentors in four cities to help 140 to 180 children prepare for their coming-of-age ceremonies (rates from ,000; officiant services from ,700).executive producer Carolyn Strauss and actress/TV director Melanie Mayron are clients of Shotz's, among many others."Most people invite their boss, colleagues, co-founders of agencies and people from their temple, even if they aren't that close," says another organizer, adding that the inclusiveness is "usually just to show off, to say, ' My kid's bar mitzvah is better than your kid's bar mitzvah.' " The more guests, the more gifts."The giving of cash in multiples of 18 is a fairly recent tradition," says Moller.In February, she handled the bat mitzvah of the daughter of Edward Glazer, co-chairman of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers and a member of the board for U. Planning these events starts two to three years in advance — as competition among classmates to land a prime weekend date can be fierce — and gathering the proper squad of people is important.Todd Shotz, a movie and TV and producer, now is the hottest teacher of the Torah in the entertainment industry.

Mindy Weiss, a celebrity party consultant, is on speed dial for those with a big budget. Silk-screened menus on hand-stitched napkins, by Ellen Lehr of Lehr & Black (known for fantastical invitations, including ones with individual i Pads embedded into them), accompanied such culinary offerings as beef tenderloin, Chilean sea bass and truffle mashed potatoes arrayed around stacked teapot-and-teacup centerpieces.

But like the majority of those handling these events, she has to stay mum about her client list: "The reason we sign these NDAs is because people don't want to seem as if they're doing something inappropriate for their kids." All the money in the world can't necessarily buy a good guest list.

For the well-connected, this part's easy: Celebrity clients make the list, as do "friends, family and camp friends, [and] working friends should be invited if they know the guest of honor," says Galley.

Brett Galley, the owner of Hollywood Pop, a party planner for luxury events, says some musicians "don't really like to be in that category [of bar mitzvahs], so they don't like for us to say, but there's almost no one we haven't booked," including Bon Jovi for a bar mitzvah in New York and Justin Bieber several times over.

"If the family has the means, why not pull out all the stops?

A.," says Joe Moller, principal of Joe Moller Events.

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