Ideas for Passover Seder Table Setting
Looking for ideas for setting your Passover table? Here are a few. The more your kids are involved in the preparations for Passover the more they will enjoy it.
Have Lego or Playmobile at home? It’s time they left Egypt together with the rest of the Israelites! Your kids will love setting the table and it will keep them busy when the Seder gets a little too much for them.
Now you may want to take the concept of freedom and go for the more ethnic route. Have your family and guests sit on the floor leaning on cushions etc. Check out this Passover table setting that we did in our home for many years.
To help you with your Passover table setting here is a checklist so that you don’t forget anything important. There are quite a few small details that you need to remember.
If you have some extra time, how about this table decoration?
Sometimes, Seder night can be rather stressful, but take a step back, look at your beautiful table, your loving family and enjoy it. Seder night is a time for family and friends to get together, ask questions, travel back in time as if you were a slave in Egypt.
Seder Plate Checklist
✔️Shankbone (chicken neck or chicken wing)
✔️Marror – bitter herbs- Horseraddish
✔️Charoset- a paste of apple, nuts, wine and cinnamon. Sephardim use dates instead of apples
✔️Karpas- Parsely/ potato
✔️Chazeret – Lettuce
Checklist For Seder Night
✔️Haggadah for each participant
✔️Cover for the Afikoman and matzahs
✔️Lots of wine and grape juice
✔️Pillows/cushions to lean on.
Click here to get your free downloadable Checklist for Passover and 20 questions to ask your family at the Seder Table.
I hope this gives you some Passover table setting ideas that will also involve your children. I hope the checklist is also helpful. May you have a wonderful Pesach and may you too enjoy setting yourself free from your chains of slavery.