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Missoni Mania on Rosh Hashanah by Candy Gabbay

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Missoni Mania on Rosh Hashanah by Candy Gabbay

No Comments 19 May 2013

Enjoy this Rosh Hashanah inspiration from 2011….

Feast your eyes on this colorful and daring Rosh Hashanah holiday table that Candy Gabbay whipped up after dashing to the Missoni Target sale last week! Candy is constantly ahead of the trends, it’s no wonder that she pulled this hot table decor  together using a MISSONI SHOWER CURTAIN!!! 

P.S  If your table setting is fun, unique, inspiring,  and one of a kind, then we want to see it too!!!! Send it over to marlene (at )thejewishhostess.com!!!

 

“Hi Marlene,

  Since the only thing I could find of Missoni in Target was a shower curtain, I had to buy it even though I didn’t need one! So, I decided to turn it into a table cloth and base my table settings around it! It’s so fun and colorful, just like me! I got so many comments on it as my BBM picture, so I decided to share it with your website. The photos are attached, if you have any problems opening it let me know!
  I put a solid black tablecloth first. Then took the Missoni reversible shower curtain and placed in center and folded sides up so you would see the black and white pattern along the edge of table. I bought flowers that coordinated with the colors on the curtain and placed them in small circular vases down center of table. Found the exact green from the cloth in plates at Amazing Savings and loved the cool shape. Added black and white napkins, a Missoni candle, and last but not least my outrageous challah cover that I needle pointed myself! As you can see I like color!”
Candy Gabbay
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Rich with Vibrant Color and Tradition- A Rosh Hashanah Table by Rosette Rutman

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Rich with Vibrant Color and Tradition- A Rosh Hashanah Table by Rosette Rutman

3 Comments 22 August 2012

 (ROSH HASHANAH 2011…)

Thank you Rosette for sharing your Rosh Hashanah table all the way from Canada! The holidays really are bringing us Jewish women together! I really love when women from all over the world connect on The Jewish Hostess! Make sure you  subscribe now so you don’t miss a single kosher holiday recipe or holiday table setting idea!

Shana Tova! Marlene

 

G’mar Hatima Tova!

 I love your website!  It is so inspiring!  Half the fun of the holidays is decorating the table to get the WOW reaction! I have sent along some pictures of my Erev Rosh Hashana Table.   I had individual square white plates with little flower cups of honey and alternating red and green apple slices with pomegranate seeds sprinkled over them. Everyone had a white and gold cocktail napkin underneath at counter angles to the plate so just the corners peaked out. I also had 2 honeycombs on a typical apple platter and sprinkled them with pomegranate seeds, apple slices, real flowers and sugar bees. So they didn’t get lost on the colourful tablecloth, I put them on a white platter. 

 The table cloth is a black background with swirling rich autumn colours of gold, reds, yellows, greens and oranges in apple clusters and vine motifs. I have it in two sizes so both tables were the same.  Since I only had 16 napkins and 17 guests that night, I had to go to white and gold paper napkins.  On both tables,  I had small vases with mixed miniature roses of yellow, red and orange which I bought the day before so they all had opened up already. 

 I have several silver-plated pomegranates that I use in different ways each year – this time I displayed them on a low white platter with mixed small and large realistic-looking plastic fruit (Pottery Barn).  Not pictured here is the Lemon Poppy Seed cake that I make each year in the shape of a beehive, decorated with sugar bees – I had a line-up for seconds for it!  I got the sugar bees from a local bakery (50 of them)!

Also not pictured, but really cute were the one-bite lemon poppy seed cupcakes that I took to a first day luncheon.  I decorated the tops with a little swirl of icing and every third one had a sugar bee.  I served them on a distressed 2 tier rectangular serving platter and it was quite the hit both in presentation and taste!

Thanks for letting me share! I look forward to seeing other table settings too.

Rosette Rutman

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Sizzling Pink and Zebra Print Bridal Shower- A Gorgeous Combo! by Paula Benz

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Sizzling Pink and Zebra Print Bridal Shower- A Gorgeous Combo! by Paula Benz

No Comments 28 April 2012

Thank you Paula Benz. Its so inspiring to the combined mother-daughter efforts for this truly beautiful table. The colors, varying candy container heights, different shapes and textures of the confections are true a visual sweet treat! Thanks so much for sharing your special bridal shower with us! Marlene

p.s. I will add this one to our dessert pics entries for the Amy Atlas Sweet Designs Brand NEW Book!

Check out some more dessert bar pics HERE. More to come this week!

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“Hi Marlene,

For my shower, my mom and I worked day and night putting it all together. I knew I wanted to have a candy bar and got tons of inspiration from Amy Atlas site.  Desserts were made by Shirley C. Mamiye and Mari Gindi. My invitation was hot pink and zebra and the entire party stemmed from there. From table cloth, to flowers, to finding hot pink (and only hot pink) candy!, we worked really hard to tie it all together. Paula Benz”

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Hot Pink and Feathers Take the Cake at this Bridal Shower by Nellie Esses

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Hot Pink and Feathers Take the Cake at this Bridal Shower by Nellie Esses

1 Comment 25 April 2012

 

 Thank you Nellie Esses for sending in pics of your sister’s vibrant colored hot pink accented bridal  shower. I will add this one to our dessert pics entries for the Amy Atlas Sweet Designs Brand NEW Book!

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Subscribe NOW and you can be April’s book of the month winner- This month you can WIN SWEET DESIGNS!!

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“My sister loved  feathers, so we tried to incorporate the colors of the invitation, which was pink and black, and make it an elegant night out for the ladies who came. We draped the tables with black table cloth and pink organza on top. On the dessert table we created the illusion of floating plates. We stacked square mirror chargers over glass cups to look like it was floating and flooded the table with rose petals. On the table we also put two black vases which we draped with pink beads and topped with feathers. Nellie Esses”

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An Elegant Sheva Brachot Dinner Party for the Bride and Groom

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An Elegant Sheva Brachot Dinner Party for the Bride and Groom

1 Comment 09 January 2011

Thank you Suzanna Raff from Kosher Shopaholic for sending in these beautiful Sheva Berachot pics! Its so special when a good friend or family member offers to open their home for a Sheva Berachhot for a new bride and groom. Its becoming so much more common nowadays- its really a beautiful custom!!

For those of you who are new to this idea of the seven days of blessings after a Jewish wedding, CLICK HERE  for more info.

To get Suzanna’s delicious Shabbat Challah recipe plus some great money saving coupons, CLICK HERE.

“Hi Marlene,

First I want to state that these gorgeous tables are not my creation and I can’t take credit for them.  I made the Shalom Bayis challah and suggested the Build-a-Bears.  The rest was created by  my friend who hosted the Simcha along with her friend who is a party planner. They were inspired by the peacock Chanukah Tablescape from the Chanukah edition of Mishpacha Magazine’s Family First.  They used a dark blue velvet tablecloth, laced the tablecloth with gorgeous green ribbons and alternated peacock and blue feathers on each plate.  The feathers were on top of green napkins that matched the ribbon lacing .  They put small white boxes with mints, green ribbon and name tags on each plate on top of the napkins and feathers.  They had tall, thin vases with feathers on the head table and flowers on the rest of the tables.  The dishes were all white to give a gorgeous contrast of the rich blues and greens.  It was stunning! ”

 

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Spring Table Settings

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2 Comments 24 March 2010

Your spring table should be awash with flowers, colors and little delights…

Use a colorful placemat or tablecloth.

Adorn each place setting with a small flower.


Your centerpiece doesn’t have to be flowers! Here the cakes carry the coral theme and are beautiful on cake stands of varying heights.


A little whimsy goes a long way.


Pink is a perfect color for a spring table. These centerpieces have butterflies added to their bouquets. Each place setting also has a little moss with a flower! How charming!

These blooming branches are very romantic. I also love how they rolled the napkin horizontally across the plate.

Colorful accents like napkin rings and a table runner pick up on the colors of the flowers.

I love how these placemats look with the plates! Orange and turquoise is one of my favorite color combinations!

These are painted paint cans in different sizes and colors. They are so elegant here. The flowers look like they were plucked right from the garden!

This photo makes me dream of summer! I wish I were at that party… Fruits like strawberries look great when displayed in small bowls scattered on the table.

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The little bit of burlap gives this table a rustic but refined beauty.

Have a lovely spring!

Pictures Via Country Living.

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