Within the past year, my mother has treated herself to some new dinnerware in preparation for Passover which is “her” holiday in our family (a family of entertainers jockeys for hosting privileges at holidays!) She has been researching the look thoroughly and as a part of that my appreciation for traditional table settings has grown. I’m a real modernist at heart but I couldn’t resist taking a few snaps of the beautiful pieces she has assembled.
It looks like she spent a fortune, right? Well, not so much really. The big splurge was the Wooden Charger Plates from Horchow, but many of the other items were quite economical. The dinnerware is the Madeline Dinnerware from Pier1, the Floral Rim Seder Plate is from aJudaica and the Silver kiddish cup was only $8 at a antiques market!
A table like this is just ruined with the standard Haggadah cover, so I covered the Haggadot with brown packaging paper, some Washi tape and a built in bookmark made with trim. I’ll post that project in a few days.
If you love this look, be sure to check out my Shabbat Style: Go Baroque Pinterest board for some pretty pieces to pin.