Celebrate your favorite holidays with stylish Jewish tablecloths, runners, and napkin sets.
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Honor tradition and bring Jewish holidays to life with our wide selection of Jewish tablecloth patterns.
In addition to Jewish designs, you'll find hundreds of stylish and festive tablecloths in our extensive collection of tablecloth designs.
Jewish Table Runners
The right table runner design can really set off your party table during the holidays—or everyday.
For example, this dreidels runner atop one of our white tablecloths brings some flair to your Jewish home decorations. Add a few holiday gifts, and your decor table will elicit appreciative comments from family and guests alike.
With our wide selection of Jewish table runner designs, you’ll be able to create the table setting of your dreams. Whether you’re decorating for Yom Kippur, a bat or bar mitzvah, or Hanukkah, we’ll help you create the perfect table setting. Choose a fun set of Jewish napkins to add the final touch.
Take your party table decoration to the next level with our Jewish napkin collection.
- Kids love this busy pattern with colored stars of David, menorahs, and other classic symbols.
- This simple dreidel design has gravitas and class.
- This fun and festive pattern brightens any tablescape.
- For a more minimalist aesthetic, try this design with light blue motifs over a white background.
To bring your table setting to the next level, put your napkins in napkin rings next to your favorite dinnerware.
Rosh Hashanah Decoration
Our Rosh Hashanah table decor collection will elevate your Jewish New Year holiday table.
Add a touch of glamor to your Rosh Hashanah table with one of our elegant white lace tablecloths paired with this colorful runner. Finish things off with these festive napkins for the ultimate tablescape.
Here are some decoration ideas for your Rosh Hashanah party:
- a pink and gold color combo
- some apple table holders
- our Jewish tablecloths, runners, and napkins
- Rosh Hashanah honey tasting
- a dreamy woodland scene
- a fish head as a table centerpiece
Make your Hanukkah table shine with our collection of Hanukkah tablecloths, napkins, and table runners.
Here are some ideas for preparing a happy Hanukkah table:
- star of David place settings
- our Hanukkah table runners, tablecloths, and napkins
- a candle centerpiece
- a Hanukkah menorah
- some fine china dinnerware
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Jewish Table Decor FAQ
What are Jewish housewarming gifts?
One traditional Jewish housewarming gift is a simple trio of bread, salt, and sugar (and sometimes a bottle of wine). Each item represents a different wish for the family: bread so they never go hungry; salt for a flavorful life; and sugar for sweetness.
What can I give for Hanukkah and Bar Mitzvah?
Here are some great Hanukkah gift ideas:
- board games
- fancy meats
Cash, gift cards, and Judaica are some ideas for your next bat mitzvah or bar mitzvah gift.
What are traditional Rosh Hashanah gifts?
Flowers and a bottle of wine are traditional Rosh Hashanah gifts. Consider also giving a bottle of good-quality olive oil or a tin of truffle salt.
What can I use as a Rosh Hashanah centerpiece?
Here are some easy Rosh Hashanah table centerpiece ideas:
- an herbal centerpiece
- a simple floral arrangement
- some green apples in a bowl
- a honey dish
- seeded eucalyptus with apples
- a tray decor with table scatters
What is a traditional Rosh Hashanah table decoration?
Pomegranates are a Rosh Hashanah table tradition because they are high in seeds, which represent hope. Decorate your table with pomegranates in pink, rose, and gold tones.
Another traditional holiday decoration is a fish head on the table. Rosh Hashanah literally means “head of the year.” Some families mark the "head of the year" by placing a fish head on the table during Rosh Hashanah meals.
What are the items that should be on the Shabbat table?
You should place important ritual items, such as the Kiddush cup, challah cover, and Shabbat candles, on your Shabbat table.
What is a challah board?
The challah board is a common sight at Jewish holiday meals. A challah board is both a decorative and functional item. It is made to hold challah bread and represents God's promise to help his chosen people through hard times by giving them food.
What does Shana Tova mean?
“Shana Tova” means “good year." Those who observe Rosh Hashanah frequently greet one another with the Hebrew phrase "shana tova" or "l'shana tova," which means "good year" or "for a good year."