Modern and Beautiful Place Cards For Rosh Hashanah

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Finally, modern and beautiful place cards for Rosh Hashanah. Last year, I made Passover name cards and they are a popular download in the Jewish Food Hero shop. I heard from many readers that they loved them so…. I decided to make Rosh Hashanah name cards.

These place cards are beautiful and practical. They add a decorative design element to your table and also allow you to intentionally place guests at your Rosh Hashanah table. According to Martha Stewart, the correct place for these place cards is “On a folded napkin, which rests on the dinner plate at each place setting, or on the table just above the dinner plate.” (I learn something everyday. Thank you Martha!)

Apple and honey illustration with flowers in the background

Apples and Honey

The decorative element on these name cards is a custom illustration of apples and honey.  The illustration comes from the annual Jewish holiday calendar.

During the Rosh Hashanah we make a blessing over apples dipped in honey.

These Rosh Hashanah name cards are available for immediate download and come in a high quality (300 dpi) PDF file for ease of printing. When you download the file you will receive one PDF that contains 8 Passover name cards. You can either print out the file and write your guests name by hand or you can use your computer and type your guests name in your favorite font and then print.

Here is an example of the name cards with the name Rachel

Female name Rachel, apple and honey illustration on white plate

Simple to Make

These name cards are simple to make.

You need:

  • A4 paper
  • Printer (a home printer works fine for these and going to your local print shop is also a good option)
  • scissors

You can complete these name cards and/or also enlist your family to help you write or type the name of your guests.

To our beautiful Rosh Hashanah tables.

Click here to download.

If you like these, you might also like the centering prayer cards.



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