How cool is Jewish Hostess Bridget Ben Dayan? I’m in love with her creative Purim party ideas and I’m so glad that she took the time to share it with all of us! Of course you can take this table decor idea and use it for your Passover Seder or any festive occasion during the year. Be the next Jewish Hostess of the Week and send in ANY cool ideas to ME! Marlene M.
Last year was our first time making a Purim party for the kids. It was so much fun that we decided to do it again.
- We started out by making photo invitations online which was easy and a great way to get the kids involved and even more excited about Purim.
- Next we found a great magician, Magician Mo, who entertained the older and younger kids alike. All we had left to do was prepare a dessert table and we had a party!
Since we were having boys and girls, I tried to incorporate various colors so it would look festive and colorful and each of my kids would think it was for them.
- I started with hot pink fabric as a runner, then turned my mom’s white square platters upside down for a new look.
- I found a book of scrapbooking paper that had different patterns using blue, green & grey. Each platter got a different design and then was topped with glass and ready for dessert.
- In the center were two simple vases of flowers filled with jellybeans to incorporate all of the colors.
- All the desserts were “pick up” pieces, which are delicious, look great and makes the table look much neater.
- I found a great solution for fruit also, I found these small, cool shaped plastic bowls and mini spoons in amazing savings. I filled them with my new favorite combination of orange, grapefruit and fresh mint and put them alongside the mini spoons.
We had such a nice day, the kids were able to have fun, we were able to spend time with our friends, and then we had the whole afternoon to enjoy the Seuda with our family.
Thanks for letting me share…