10 Stylish Seder Plates to Step Up Your Passover

The Jewish holiday of Passover begins this Friday, March 30, and if you are anything like my family, you have already started setting the table. Central to this holiday, and your tablescape, is the Seder plate. The Seder (literally, "order"), is a festive meal in which the haggadah (story of the exodus) is recited in a consecutive order, and the plate is the centerpiece of the table, displaying six symbolic foods that have special significance to the retelling of the story of Passover.

As you begin to prep for your own meal, there is still time to score a brand new Seder plate for the occasion, and these 10 are sure to make a statement. What’s even better? You can purchase them all through AmazonSmile, and support the Federation's work in the process.

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the exact same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile (by going to smile.amazon.com first), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organizations of your choice. Simply select the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties to activate this donation.

1. Handmade Hexagon Seder Plate with Pomegranate Coasters


This Seder plate isn’t just easy on the eyes. It’s easy on your table because the coasters (which are included) will protect it from those 4 cups of wine.

2. Aluminum Elevated Seder Plate

Your bitter herbs won’t be the only thing elevated when you score this metallic Seder plate – it will take your Passover table to the next level.

3. Minimalist Seder Plate

Minimalism is all the rage, so you’ll be right on trend with this wood and acrylic Seder plate.

4. Paper Seder Plates

For the Seder on-the-go, pick up this Passover party pack complete with plates, cups, and napkins.

5. Stained Glass Seder Plate

In America, the use of stained glass in synagogues dates back to the 1800s. Bring a little of that history into your Passover Seder this year.

6. Baby’s First Seder Plate

Get your little ones involved with this plush Seder plate set. The “plate” is even a reusable pouch!

7. Porcelain Seder Plate

Simple elegance is not to be overlooked with this traditional Seder plate.

8. Painter’s Palette Seder Plate

If you’ve got a flair for the artistic, then this Seder plate is for you.

9. Star of David Seder Plate

Featuring carved metal and wood construction, this plate made in Israel is sure to be the star of your Seder.

10. Seder Plate Candy Mold

If you’re having a chocolate Seder, you’re going to need this Seder plate mold (and my address so you can invite me).

Learn more about how you can support the Federation's work by making purchases through AmazonSmile.

Categories: Holidays


March 27, 2018


Nora Smith