High Holidays

  • A Rosh Hashanah Tablescape with Moody Florals

    One week and counting until 5783! I’m beginning to feel a lot more prepared for the New Year than I was last week. Which is a good thing because I’m also going to a friend’s wedding this weekend. I’ve got…

  • Free! Printable Shana Tova Dark Floral Napkin Rings

    I bet you thought I forgot to make a free printable for Rosh Hashanah, didn’t you? Never fear, friends, it has arrived! And looking spectacular, if I do say so myself.  I really wanted to try something different this year.…

  • Embroider Your Own Rosh Hashanah Tea Towel

    With the start of Elul begins our journey to Rosh Hashanah. This is the time of year that my family starts infusing our annual Rosh Hashanah vodka and decorating for fall. This year, I wanted to do something extra special…

  • Sukkah Sipper Cocktail

    The best part of “early” holiday years is that the weather is more conducive to sitting outside long after the meal is over. There’s no better living than sitting outside with an after-dinner beverage and watching the sunset. But, what…

  • Make Your Own Lulav and Etrog Paper Lanterns

    Every year I want to add a lighting element to the sukkah, and every year I sort of bail out on something fancy. Last year we hung up some netted Christmas lights, which were pretty, but not really what I’d…

  • Decorating Disposable Dishes for Sukkot

    Every time my family eats outside, I have this irrational concern about breaking a plate. It doesn’t keep me up at night, but every meal I think to myself, “This is the day.” Breaking a plate shouldn’t be a big…

  • How to Tie-Dye Starburst Napkins

    Nothing quite says summer like tie-dye. Though it may not be summer anymore for many of us now that the kids are back at school and the pools are closed, there’s something inherently summery about Sukkot for me. Maybe I…

  • 6 Rosh Hashanah Recipes to Inspire Your Holiday Menu

    The High Holidays are coming. And what would Jewish holiday prep be without menu planning? Over the last few years, I’ve developed a couple of tasty new recipes that have helped us celebrate Rosh Hashanah in a fresh new way.…

  • Free Rosh Hashanah Intention Printable

    Last year, I posted up a Mindfulness Tree for the High Holidays where we could set intentions as a family. Turns out that I’m as introverted on paper as I am in real life. So I’m taking a new tack…