Passover Traditions; Flower for Seder Dinner Table
The Passover is probably the most celebrated and beloved of Jewish holiday. It is a time to spread happiness in remembrance of emancipation and the exodus of Jewish salves from Egypt. Passover in 2019 will start on Friday, April 19th and will continue for eight days until Saturday, April 27th.
Passover Seder Passover Seder is a Jewish ritual feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday Passover. Jewish generally observes one or two Seders on the first and second night of Passover. For many Jewish families, Seder is a cherished family time involving a retelling of the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.
Send your Jewish friends a beautiful centerpiece to celebrate Passover.
Decorating Seder dinner table is an important customs, a floral centerpiece is an essential part of the festivities. Sending a pre-arranged centerpiece for Seder table will be a perfect way to celebrate Passover.
Passover flowers are usually shades of blue and white. Flowers to uses as part of the Passover celebrations are the Seder spring flowers include lilies, daisies, violets, carnations, irises, tulips and hyacinths. Some families also decorate with bright yellow sunflowers or daffodils to embrace the joyfulness of the occasion.
Many people use large bouquets as centerpieces for their Seder tables, which is a great way to celebrate the occasion using traditional flowers. Arrange your favorite Passover flowers in a blue or white vase, basket or other decorative bowl.