Passover, like Easter, is the holiday that heralds the spring season. I like to make sure my tablescape represents the chipper vibes of the season. That means bright colors. I made a simple centerpiece with an old moonshine jar, twine, and these fushia dried flowers. The best thing about this centerpiece is that since the flowers were already dried, this arrangement can live on my windowsill for months to come. No worries about them dying – they’re already dead!
For place settings, I simply tied bunches of lavendar with twine and added nametags. The twine tied these place settings back to the centerpiece for some continuity. The smell was amazing.