It’s one of those special times that we allow ourselves to splurge on extra flowers that we do not usually treat ourselves to. Adding extra touches on top of that, like a pretty napkin fold or these sweet seating cards gives the Yom Tov table a unique look.
There are some parties that are prepared out of habit, sometimes even out of duty. Jobs are divvied, menus created, the party comes and the party goes. Then there are the simchahs we create to commemorate a milestone, perhaps the birthday of a family matriarch, who has shaped us in so many ways, from how we’ve raised our children to how we stuff our cabbage and host our guests.
This party is about so much more than about grosgrain versus satin, live music versus stereo, or fleishigs versus milchigs. It’s about the celebration of a mother’s full life, and the attention we pay to planning it is just a representation of that appreciation.
Metal cans are inexpensive and with the right graphics/label, they have the look of a specialty item. For this package I used a wide ribbon to tie the cans together .I enjoyed not having to use cellophane, for a change.The top box is topped off with a peacock feather for a little extra pizzazz.