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Setting the Passover Table

Setting the Passover Table

Passover is a such a special time to gather with family and friends, and share in the celebration of freedom.  The table is the center of that celebration and can be set with tradition while also being stylish and contemporary at the same time. 

This Passover we are excited to collaborate with Ariel from Ariel Loves (instagram @ariel.loves) and share her beautiful Seder table.  Ariel is a lifestyle blogger who posts about her journey of motherhood (she has the most adorable little girls), home decor, and more.

Setting the Passover Seder Table- Peace Love Light Shop/Ariel Loves

Ariel set her Seder table using our embroidered silver matzoh cover and pomegranate seder plate (available in beautiful goldtone, stainless steel no longer available) that she chose from our Passover collection.  She was inspired by the vines on the matzoh cover to create a look that symbolizes the start of spring and rebirth, two themes of significance on Passover. 

Pomegranate Seder Plate- Peace Love Light Shop

The seder plate takes its inspiration from the pomegranate, one of the most universal and ancient symbols in the world. 

Ariel also embraced the spring theme by adding touches of greenery with  succulent napkin holders, pink napkins, and peonies.  We just adore the palette she chose of grey and pink.  The pale grey tablecloth and grey runner perfectly accents the silver in the matzoh cover and coasters.

Setting the Passover Seder table- Peace Love Light Shop/ Ariel Loves

When setting a Passover Seder table, think about the look you want to portray.  Do you want it to have a Spring palette, or perhaps you like more of a rustic neutral look? 

Embroidered Passover Matzoh Cover- Peace Love Light Shop

To guide in your inspiration, browse our Passover Pinterest boards which are divided into 3 categories:

- Passover Table: Spring Palette

- Passover Table: Shades of Blue

- Passover Table: Neutral 

Happy Pesach,

Lisa

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