The Passover Seder Table

The Seder Plate: Roasted Egg, Maror (horseradish), Shankbone, Haroset (chopped apples, walnuts, cinnamon with red wine), Chazeret (romaine lettuce), and Karpas (parsley).

This year’s color scheme: a stunning royal purple and sky blue.

A Seder Plate on each table.

Flower arrangements: Blue Hydrangea and Purple Iris.

Frogs are hoppin’ all over the tables. Place cards are decorated with a little hydrangea bloom.

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Do you prefer the gold/raspberry or the purple/sky blue color scheme?

13 thoughts on “The Passover Seder Table”

  1. Beautiful Lori Lynn!
    I think King David himself would have felt right at home with your finely woven linens of blue, purple and gold! What an honor to celebrate passover in remembrance of what YHWH did for Israel on that night! 🙂

  2. Another beautiful seder! Both colour schemes are way nicer than any seder I’ve ever been to. But, I think this year’s colour scheme is more my style.

  3. Both setting are elegant and beautiful. I particularly like the hydrangea and irises combination, and the light blue color. I think I have a slight preference for the gold/raspberry, in terms of overall effect. Great job, as always.

  4. I love the raspberry/gold, Lori Lynn. Hey! Where’s the matzoh ball soup?..I must look at your previous posts 🙂

  5. I love the warm welcoming colours this year – truly celebratory and elegant. All this and it’s almost over.

  6. lori, your blog always inspires me and i wish i could place my cake on your beautiful table decor !

  7. Hi Everyone – thanks for your comments. We were smitten with gold/raspberry until we set the purple/sky blue table on the morning of Passover this year, then we were in love with that. It is fun to hear what you all think. Looking forward to next year!

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