Tips To Get Your Rosh Hashanah Off To A Sweet Start!

Shana Tova to everyone celebrating! For those who may not know, Shana Tova is Hebrew for a good year! Photo Booth of the Stars has put together some tips to get your Rosh Hashanah off to a good start. Not sure exactly what it is? It’s the Jewish New Year and a time to celebrate as well as reflect on any wrong doings over the past year.

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Traditionally apples dipped in honey are eaten in hopes of having a sweet year, so why not sweeten up your décor with these apple and hydrangea centerpieces? For all of you that are blessed to have apple trees growing in your yards, this is a lovely way to use up any excess apples so they don’t go to waste, and pretty up your place!

Photo Via: Chia and Home originally found on Style Me Pretty and Gia Canali

Pomegranate is often used to symbolize the good deeds we want to wish upon others and that the year to come will be as plentiful as the seeds of the pomegranate. We love this inspiration for your tablescape using these beautiful fruits.

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If you like apple pie, you are going to L-O-V-E these little apple lattice pies baked in an apple. They are beyond adorable, and with only 15 minutes of prep time for 4 servings, you can’t resist making these. We’re pretty sure they will be a hit! You can check out the recipe HERE and let us know how they turned out.

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We found this new take on Honey Cake over on Oh Nuts that we had to share with you. These honey cake skewers with honey caramel sauce are adorable. They look too good to eat, but click HERE to try out the recipe for yourself and see if you can resist.

Ever wonder how to make that stunning, braided, round challah bread? Now you can try your very own hand at it thanks to Creative Jewish Mom. Check out the step by step tutorial, with pictures to see how to make up your own loaf by clicking HERE. It is truly edible art!

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Rosh Hashana Sangria – need we say more? Yum! Symbolic and incredibly festive, this is a cocktail that you should really consider serving at your celebration. This recipe includes so much holiday symbolism that you have to see for yourself. You can head over to Zabar’s by clicking HERE and read all about it.

If you are unsure what you would like to eat this year, or maybe you are just ready for a change, we’ve got you covered. Whether you are in search of appetizers, breads, soups and stews, main dishes, side dishes, salad, desserts, or beverages, click HERE to see over 50 recipes for you to enjoy from What Jew Wanna Eat.

We couldn’t leave out photo booth prop ideas now could we? Print out some apple, honey, challah, pomegranates, and create props and backdrops. Have fun sifting through the endless New Year’s props and pick ones that fit with your theme the best!

Shana Tova from Photo Booth of the Stars!