Setting a pretty table at Rosh Hashanah is easier than any other holiday because the raw materials are so attractive…apples and pomegranates. Consider these 5 super easy ways to add something special to your holiday table.
Cascading Apple Branches by Vicki Archer
Getting the apple branches is probably the hardest part of this arrangement. Don’t forget to watch the height…too tall and your guests won’t be able to talk across the table.
Pomegranates in Footed Bowl from Style Me Pretty and Gia Canali
What could be easier? Either fresh pomegranates or high-quality faux in a variety of sizes simply piled together.
Golden Apples from United With Love
Love this look. I can only guess it was created with faux apples and gold spray paint as I haven’t been able to find any actual golden apples for sale.
Apple Candles from Little Green Notebook
Although I usually don’t like using food for something other than eating, these apples-turned-candles are too clever and presented on wooden slabs provides a lot of visual interest.
Apples and Pillar Candles with Seeded Eucalyptus from Julie Blanner
Julie shows you step-by-step how easy it is to create this apples and pillar candles centerpiece.
There are so many beautiful possiblities, it was hard to narrow it down to these five. If you want to see more, check out my Rosh Hashanah: Centerpieces Pinterest Board.