ON THE TABLE: A mix of patterns and a blend of blue and white Chinoiserie; this combination brings a traditional, yet modern-day style to the Seder table.
COLOR PALETTE: Blue + white. Keep your palette k to 2-3 colors max. It looks best and makes it easier to stay organized.
BACKDROP: A white on white textured tablecloth, so colors pop like no tomorrow.
LINENS: Paisley print runner paired with solid navy napkins embroidered napkins.
TABLETOP: Gold rimmed dinnerware, accented with a blue + white geometric pattern, paired with gold flatware and blue crystal glassware with a vintage appeal.
DÉCOR: A mix of Chinoiserie pillar candlesticks and a ginger jar, stacked mini blue + white bowls, and silver candlesticks for traditional purposes and sophisticated goodness.
FLORALS: Stick to white blooms like hydrangeas, tulips, ranunculus or whatever looks good at the market that day.
ELEMENT OF SURPRISE: Your choice: A single bloom on each place setting, or in honor or Passover, a kate spade new york modern day Seder plate.
THE TIP: Be sure you have enough Haggadah’s for everyone. You can find them for free at your local supermarket.