Photography by Hudi Greenberger
Set your table "fit for a king" in honor of Seder Night.
I’m always back and forth about whether to do a high or low flower centerpiece. With these two- tiered stands you can enjoy your flowers high and low. Fill votive candle holders with flowers, then arrange them on the two-tier stand. As the meal begins, you can remove the flowers and arrange them down the center of your table in many creative ways.
Figuring out seating arrangements takes time, but a well-thought-out plan goes a long way to make sure all your participants feel comfortable right away.These original wine bottles (purchased at Hobby Lobby) with hanging tags will not only keep your table organized, it will also add to the Pesach ambiance.
Craft stores carry a huge selection of beads and pendants to create DIY jewelry. You can use these ornaments to make magnificent napkin rings as well. I used a “ziti” shaped Shambala Pendant which came on a clear elastic thread. All that was left to do, was to slip it over a rolled up cloth napkin.
This article originally appeared in Mishpacha Magazine
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