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EST. 2011 BY LIZ RUEVEN
Inspiration for your Holiday Table

Inspiration for your Holiday Table

Once in a while an opportunity floats my way and I hear that little inner whisper that suggests I gather a support team to help me out. That’s just what I did when The Nosher asked if I could put together some inspiring ideas on how to set the table for Rosh HaShanah.

So here’s a HUGE thank you to Lauren Kreter, stylist, muse and vintage china rental genius at Borrowed Lauren Santagata, photographer with a unique vision and Meg Greenberg, talented floral designer at Truffles and James. 

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I couldn’t have done it without you.

We brainstormed, gathered, collected, polished, borrowed, shlepped, set and re-set.

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Despite a sweltering 92 degrees, this team barely considered breaking for lunch. I loved their creative spirits and generosity.

Click The Nosher to check out the ideas we came up with to help you set your table a little differently this year. I can’t wait to bring some of these ideas to my own table in a couple of weeks.

Let us know which of these ideas appeals to you most!

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6 Comments

  1. Definitely use the good china and silver and any heirloom that works. How many times can we get to do this? It means more work but puts such fabulous memories in the Memory Box. I also like the idea of mixing patterns. And using something natural from the garden to create some informality. Lovely piece, we don’t get to dine elegantly often enough.

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