Passover begins at sundown on Mar. 25th, 2013. Send your Jewish friends a happy centerpiece to decorate their Seder dinner table.
Send flowers for the Passover seder table
Decorating the Seder table is an important custom, a floral centerpiece is an integral part of the festivities. Also, while serving tea, wine or passing a serving platter, a small rose bud placed on each saucer or tray is a nice way to spread the happiness of Passover. Pesach, known in English as Passover, is one of the most commonly observed Jewish holidays. It is celebrated with lots of joy, liveliness and merriment!
Send a Jewish friend flowers to celebrate Passover
Passover in 2013 will start on Tuesday, the 26th of March and will continue for eight days until Tuesday, the 2nd of April. Passover is a time to spread happiness in remembrance of emancipation and the exodus of Hebrew slaves from Egypt.
Weeks before the arrival of this religious festival, Jews will begin to beautify, decorate and clean their homes. Passover begins with the serving of a sumptious Seder meal where Passover lamb is served by many Jewish families. As well as matzah, which is unleavened bread, made simply from flour and water and cooked very quickly. They do not eat leaven "chametz" which is anything made from grains that has not been completely cooked within 18 minutes.
Last night of Passover is the "Night Of Lettuce & Flowers"
The night of lettuce and flowers refers to the last night of Passover. In the early afternoon hours, the bachelors in the neighborhood stay in the streets, with a flower in their hand. The single girls stand at the front of their house, dressed in their best clothes and wear gold and silver jewelry. The boys approach the girls and give them the flower. If a girl accepts the flower, it conveys that she is interested in the guy and that he can come home and talk to her parents. The boys, who want to get engaged, send one of the youngsters from the family with a lettuce and flower basket to the girls' home.