A rustic styled upshernish met the theme of the evening “Ki Ha Adam Eitz Hasadeh” (a man is compared to the tree in the field).
Pictured above is the set up for our son to give tzedakah and for each guest to take the scissors and cut a piece of hair. This was arranged on a bar stool which was adjacent to the chair that Shmuel was standing on.
The tzedakah box was custom made from Etsy – you can request that the truck of your choice be made with a ‘charity’ box, with the back of the truck designed to lift to allow the coins to be taken out.
Etsy link is HERE.
The wooden rounds are from http://www.michaels.com and the moss was purchased locally.