Flowers for the Seder table came from Costco this year. I bought bunches of tulips and roses four days earlier (on the Friday before) anticipating that they would open up gloriously by Passover on Monday evening—and they did!The Chabad Lubavitch of Utah in Sugarhouse, Salt Lake City.
Check out the flower pix below—going strong at peek bloom seven days after leaving Costco! Seven days! Glass and steel bases are from IKEA's bathroom accessories ;') Fill the flower vessels with clean cold water and add correct proportion of flower food powder. Cut the stems short on a diagonal. Combine/arrange same-color tulips and roses to the same base for some monochromatic action (I keep it easy;'). Keep it short and low so that we can see everyone. Tulips grow taller and longer as they bloom, so cut and arrange accordingly.
Blissful evening staring into the blooming magic listening to The Sundays and reminiscing on so much way back when...xoxo
Everyone had there own sedar plate- how cool!ReplyDelete
yes, and we had farm fresh eggs thanks to wonderful cindy!!! xoReplyDelete