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Jewish New Year

Jewish New Year Cards

Vertical Navy Shana Tova

Vertical Navy Shana Tova

Vertical Navy Shana Tova

Vertical Navy Shana Tova

Simple Tree

Simple Tree

Simple Tree

Simple Tree

Tree of Life

Tree of Life

Tree of Life

Tree of Life

Laurel L'Shanah Tovah

Laurel L'Shanah Tovah

Laurel L'Shanah Tovah

Laurel L'Shanah Tovah

Jewish New Year Napkins

Floral L'Shanah Tovah

Floral L'Shanah Tovah

Floral L'Shanah Tovah

Floral L'Shanah Tovah

Hebrew L'Chaim

Hebrew L'Chaim

Hebrew L'Chaim

Hebrew L'Chaim

Gold Lizard

Gold Lizard

Gold Lizard

Gold Lizard

Parkchester

Parkchester

Parkchester

Parkchester

Jewish New Year

Card Table Cloth Cover

Card Table Cloth Cover

Card Table Cloth Cover

Card Table Cloth Cover

Deep Etched Monogrammed Crystal Wine Cradle

Deep Etched Monogrammed Crystal Wine Cradle

Deep Etched Monogrammed Crystal Wine Cradle

Deep Etched Monogrammed Crystal Wine Cradle

Deep Etched Monogrammed Champagne Ice Bucket

Deep Etched Monogrammed Champagne Ice Bucket

Deep Etched Monogrammed Champagne Ice Bucket

Deep Etched Monogrammed Champagne Ice Bucket

Personalized Plastic Plates for Jewish Celebrations

Personalized Plastic Plates for Jewish Celebrations

Personalized Plastic Plates for Jewish Celebrations

Personalized Plastic Plates for Jewish Celebrations

Jewish New Year

The Jewish New Year begins with Rosh Hashanah, which literally means the head of the year. L'shanah tovah is used as a greeting during the holiday, which means, a good year.

Both Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are holy days and the 10 days between them is a period when those who are observant consider their behavior and relationships over the past year and, if appropriate, might vow to repair and improve them going forward.

One of the most symbolic elements of the holiday temple service is the shofar, which is a real ram’s horn. As done in olden days, the horn is sounded by forcibly blowing air into it creating an amplified sound which can be heard throughout the synagogue. The sounding of the ram's horn occurs on the first day of the holiday and again on the last day. The sounds evoke history and tradition as it the same sound each and every year, going back through the generations.

Another popular observance during Rosh Hashanah is the holiday meal. Apples and honey represent a sweet new year and the holiday meal usually features apple slices dipped in honey, as well as many traditional foods such as chicken soup, sweet & sour meatballs, roasted chicken, beef brisket, vegetables, apple noodle kugel and oven baked potatoes. Sweet treats like apple cake are a yummy ending to the holiday dinner.

Most families gather around beautifully set tables and often invite friends to join in the celebration. It's nice if you attend a holiday dinner to bring your host or hostess flowers, wine or a personalized thank you gift. Popular gift ideas include a personalized notepad set, a set of personalized stationery, an etched glass serving tray or a wooden cutting board.

Another fun idea is to bring a set of personalized napkins or guest towels as a lovely present which will be appreciated. If you are hosting the party, personalized party essentials such as personalized cups and disposable plates are lovely to use and can make clean-up a little easier!

The Yom Kippur holiday ends the Jewish New Year period and is a day of fasting and prayer. In conclusion of Yom Kippur, families and friends will again gather and enjoy usually a lighter dairy dinner as cooking is not normally needed since many spend much of the day in temple. Typical meals include a lox and bagel tray, steamed salmon, vegetable salads and a variety of delicious sweets. The holiday is a time of reflection, renewed beginnings and a time to connect with family and friends.

Product Reviews

4.9

Perfect !
Exactly what I expected. Love being able to design my own.....plus it's fun to do !!!!

— Rebecca P., reviewed on June 29, 2020
This is a reorder since the first order was so nice. We use these guest towels on our boat as napkins and guest towels in the bathroom.

— Betty L., reviewed on June 20, 2020
Monogram is bright and bold . However actual napkin quality is not as good as cocktail napkins I buy elsewhere.

— Mary G., reviewed on June 17, 2020
Monogram color seems faded and of poor print quality. Will not reorder.

— Mary G., reviewed on June 17, 2020
Beautiful job!
Love these! They came out beautifully. Will reorder when I run out.

— Maria S., reviewed on June 26, 2020
I am very pleased with my personalized product from The Stationery Studio! Exactly what I wanted.

— Patrice B., reviewed on June 11, 2020

Our Happy Customers

Loved the art work!

— isaal g., purchased August 04, 2020
Classic, elegant

— Judith F., purchased September 24, 2019
Love the simple design! And good for our vertical photo.

— Emily L., purchased September 23, 2019
I ordered these last year and was so pleased with the quality, I reordered them again.

— Cheryl S., purchased September 22, 2019
Beautiful design and excited about the shimmer stock which is elegant yet understated for a lovely Jewish New Year card!

— renee R., purchased September 22, 2019
Perfect wording, attractive, reasonable price.

— Morton M., purchased September 14, 2019