The Fun Passover Table

After creating several new fun DIY activities for Passover, we determined creating a Fun Tablescape would be a great way to decorate for Passover and incorporate many of the new fun items we made! Colorful, playful and pragmatic, our fun tablescape has a neutral background with lots of pops of color! The place settings (specifically using 2 square plates) creates a Modern Star of David. We incorporated houndstooth blue and white napkins with our leather engraved napkin rings, which double as a take away bracelet. Since Passover is a Spring holiday, what better flowers than tulips and daffodils in a beautiful buttery yellow to adorn the table in varied height jade green vases. Fun all the way around!

Here’s what we included on our Fun Tablescape:

Napkin and Napkin Holder




2-3 Gnome Gardens 

Group of Completed Gnome Gardens

DIY Seder Plate


Miriam Glass (filled with water)


Elijah Glass (filled with red wine)


Afikoman and Matzo Cases


Manischewitz Wine to fill Elijah


Also included:

  • Chairs (6)
  • A Neutral Tablecloth
  • Cloth Napkins (6)
  • Cutlery (6 settings)
  • Wine Glasses (6)
  • Dinner Plates (6)

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