Passover Checklist


Passover Seder Checklist // FashionableHostess.com

Passover, the Jewish Holiday celebrating the Jews’ exile from Egypt and their escape from slavery, begins the evening of Monday the 14th. While growing up I dreaded the Holiday because it meant a week without any of my usual indulgences – saying goodbye to bread, bars, cereal, pasta, and rice, I now have come to embrace it for the lovely Seder dinner as well as an added week-long cleanse from all unnecessary carbs.

This year I am celebrating the first night of Passover with my in-laws in Nashville {stay tuned for a really incredible spread on my Instagram}, but the second night I am hosting a small gathering for family at my apartment in NYC. In prepping for the dinner before I leave town, I decided to get out my essentials so I wouldn’t be panicking the day I get back. If you are also planning to host a Seder, I have put together a checklist for what you will need to be prepared to host the holiday, of course with the most stylish and modern FH-approved Seder accessories.

Michael Aram Pomegranate Seder Plate // Fashionable HostessMichael Aram Matzah Playe & Sterling Silver Kiddush Cup // Fashionable HostessClassic Haggadah for Passover // Fashionable Hostess

Passover Seder Table Checklist:

Shop these items:

Passover Checklist // Fashionable Hostess

On your actual Seder Plate you will need the following:

1. Z’roah – a shank bone 2. Beitzah – a hard boiled egg 3. Maror– bitter herbs 4. Charoset – mixture of sliced apples, walnuts and wine {I would recommend extra because it’s so yummy!} 5. Karpas – parsley {As well as a cup of Salt water.} And lastly, there are three matzahs on the table; we break the middle matzah, which becomes the Afikomen.

*Note: I got this list from the JewishVirtualLibrary.com which has a lot of other helpful holiday prep tips. Still confused? Sometimes a picture of each of these items can help make it more clear/ less of a hassle in the supermarket. I found a helpful one on Wikipedia.

Crystal Candle sticks // Fashionable Hostess

Love some of the other accents on my table? I added some pops of gold and raffia for Spring via my Kelly Wearstler Signature Bronze Legs and a Lapinu Tribal Necklace from DAKORUM.

Tell Us What You Think

Your email address will not be published.

  1. Omg, this post just made me so ridiculously happy! Michael Aram makes the best Judaica. I have quite a few pieces from my wedding that I have yet to use. I really need to get on it… Chah Sameach!

    xo, Lindsey
    http://www.caviartaste.com

Back to Top