Susan Menash happens to be another favorite person in my life. Her talent is knows no bounds- just check out her photography website HERE and you will know what I mean. I especially love the pictures of the seniors on her site as there are so many great stories waiting to be told…..
I love her seder plate creation from 2011 as it teaches us that a little imagination goes a long way….
I used 2 rectangular vases from Crate and Barrel but you can choose to use up to a dozen small vases as your base. I had a piece of glass made up 24 inches by 12 inches. (You can use any clear tray or any thick piece of glass ) I filled my vases up with water, orchids, (last longer in water) and topped with my glass seder tray.
I was thinking of putting red or blue tropical fish to symbolize the parting of the Red Sea sea but I didn’t want to be stuck with the live fish after the seder.
Now that I think of it, I should have given the fish away as Afikoman gifts for my grandchildren.
- The Secret Trick to Boiling Gorgeous Eggs for an Elegant Seder Plate (thejewishhostess.com)
- Sparkling Blue Table Decor for Your Passover Seder (thejewishhostess.com)
- 10 Simple Spring Centerpiece Ideas for an Impressive Passover Seder (thejewishhostess.com)