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Posted by on September 19, 2014 | Last Updated: August 24, 2018 Uncategorized

The Traditional Flower Types of Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is a traditional Jewish holiday that celebrates the Jewish New Year. This year Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on September 24 and ends on Sundown September 26. This holiday is in celebration of the creation of the first man and woman and is a very sacred time for Jewish people.

It’s common for Jewish families to invite friends and family members into their homes to celebrate Rosh Hashanah. If you have been invited, you should feel quite honored. It’s customary to bring a gift to say “thank you” for the invitation, and flowers make an excellent choice. Even those families who do not invite guests will often add flowers to their home to make it look more holy and festive for this important holiday.

Choose White for Rosh Hashanah

While many flowers are a welcome gift for Rosh Hashanah, white is a common choice. White symbolizes the coming a new year full of possibilities, a blank canvas that you can paint with your goals and aspirations. If you are giving flowers for Rosh Hashanah, consider beautiful white roses as an option.

Add Fall Colors to The Mix

Because the holiday always occurs in the fall, fall flowers are becoming a popular choice. White Beauty embraces white flowers and fall designs at the same time. This beautiful arrangement can grace the table at Rosh Hashanah beautifully. Autumn Artistry with Peach Roses is another beautiful piece that embraces the colors of the season and adds some of the traditional white.

Consider a Table Centerpiece

Rosh Hashanah involves much time spent around the table enjoying traditional food and time with family. For that reason, a floral arrangement that doubles as a centerpiece can be a welcome addition to the home during this holiday. Spring Centerpiece, with its towering white taper candles, can be a beautiful option. If you want to stay within the fall theme, consider Harvest Hurricane.

When invited to celebrate Rosh Hashanah with someone, you really can’t go wrong no matter what flowers you choose. Coming with flowers in hand will show that you appreciate the solemn and festive nature of the holiday, and your gift will be a welcome addition to the home.

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