Text and Styling By Esther Ottensoser
Photography by Hudi Greenberger
We set out to create a Pesach table this year that would be approachable, repeatable, with products that are easy to find, and classy with a touch of modern. I hope that I’ve accomplished all that, and that anyone who’s looking to enhance their Yom Tov table this year can take something out of this tablescape.
A Classy Look Made Easy
You’ll love these simple yet stunning products, all available on Amazon.
- 12x72-inch Letjolt cotton canvas table runner with double-deck fabric, $12.99
- Oblong 12-inch long, 4-inch high, 4-inch wide vase, $22.99
- Marstrace 8.25-inch ceramic black-and-white striped dessert plates, 4/$27.99
- Urquid Linen Klasik Glass 13-inch charger plate, 4/$39.99
- 20-inch square premium polyester cloth napkins, 10 pack/$13.99
- Luminarc Nuance 10.5-Ounce Goblet, pack of 12/$25.50 (Also available at Dollar Tree)
YOU WILL NEED:
- clear oblong vase
- floral ribbon to line the vase
- 1½ blocks floral foam
- 5 long-stemmed roses
- 3 black pearl berry stems
- dry white leaves
- 6 stems pink berries
- Line the vase with the floral ribbon.
- Cut the foam to fit into the vase.
- Soak the foam and arrange the flowers inside it.
This beautiful and inexpensive runner will dress up any simple tablecloth.
Kiddush in a Class of Its Own
These sleek and modern Kiddush cups, made from hand-blown glass, are 4.42 ounces (Rav Moshe Feinstein’s shiur).
YOU WILL NEED:
- solid color cloth napkins
- 20–22 inches ribbon per napkin
- black pearl berries
- Fold a napkin in half and roll it up.
- Tie the ribbon around the napkin as shown. Stick in the berries.
Glass Kiddush cups, saucers, and elegant Lucite Haggadah from Waterdale
Ke’arah, matzah box, and black cutlery from Godinger
Wine decanter and gold-rim stemware from Classic Touch
Matzah cover from Elegant Linen
Pillowcases from Estherodesign.com
All Amazon links can be found on Mishpacha.com and Estherodesign.com
(Originally featured in Family Table, Issue 735)
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