10 Items You Need for a Socially-Distant Passover Seder

Passover is more than gefilte fish and sweet potatoes. Pesach is a time to get together and celebrate our ancestors and culture in one of the most important Jewish holidays. That doesn't mean it should be complicated with this year's pandemic. In fact, it might be all the more meaningful—whether you are only celebrating with immediate family or having a virtual Seder.


Focus on the symbolic foods and side dishes, and leave the rest to me. Here you can find everything you need for the best, and easiest Passover Seder.

Passover Seder Plate Design Paper Goods Party Set

Cleanup after the delicious roast chicken can be arduous. So, these Seder plates will make all the after-dinner-cleanup easy. They also have allotted spaces for the leavened bread and bitter herbs.

This kit includes everything from paper plates to cups and decorations. It's a complete set for all of us who are spending hours in the kitchen and refuse to do the dishes afterward.

$22.95

Beeswax Spiral Twist Taper Candles

It's important to have quality candles that will last through the celebrations. These candles are made 100% of beeswax and smell a little bit of honey.

$29.94

Passover Bag of Plagues Judaica

It's important to keep the kids entertained while also educating them on the importance of tradition. Plus, this game will keep them from snaking on all the fruit and nuts.

$16.33

Passover 10 Passover Plagues Design Paper Goods Party Set

These napkins are perfect for those families who have a kids' table. They have fun shapes and drawings that show the plagues and are perfect for the spilled chicken broth and salt water that's meant to be all over the table.

$9.95

Matzah Crackers Holder

Every Passover dinner needs a matzo cracker holder. This golden one signifies the pyramids and the beginning of the journey. It is perfect for the traditional Passover dinner and Seder table.

$29.99

Ultimate Sticker Book: Passover: Over 60 Reusable Full-Color Stickers

This is the ultimate learning tool for kids. It shows the story of the exodus with reusable stickers. This is the best way to show the meaning of the holiday to kids that have a short attention span.

$6.06

Big Dot of Happiness Happy Passover Party Decorations

Hosting can be more than just setting a nice table. Use these decorations to make the entire room pop. The "Happy Passover" banners will lighten up the place. While you spend some time with the family.

$19.99

TooLoud Matzo Adult Crew Socks

These socks are the perfect add on to the traditional attire. As I said, I'm a big fan of matzo everything. Even my footwear. Wear them to the Passover meal or to get a cup of wine with friends.

$17.95

Passover Matzah Cover

Matzo covers can be fun and colorful. This one is a three layered satin bag perfect for your family Seder.

$24.95
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