The 12 Best Seder Plates for Celebrating Passover
Our home editor hosts a yearly Passover celebration for her family. Here are her favorite Seder plates for everyone to gather around.
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Modern Seder Plate
You’ll have room for all the Passover Seder essentials with this charming modern Seder plate. It’s the perfect balance between generations-old traditions and easy-to-decipher cups for items such as horseradish. It’s also an ideal pick for families with young children and those who may not read Hebrew with fluency.
Heirloom Seder Plate
Whether you’re shopping for newlyweds in need of their first Seder plate or you’d like to give yours a modern upgrade, this heirloom plate is sure to please. It’s handmade with a minimalist design and neutral color scheme, set apart by its teardrop-shaped bowls. The white tone also makes it a great Judaica wedding gift for couples just starting out together.
Gold-Trimmed Seder Plate
For a Seder plate that’s guaranteed to impress any bubbe or safta, look no further than this elegant gold-trimmed option. It’s classic, simple, elegant and practically designed to be a family heirloom. Glazed porcelain and real gold detailing set it apart from the rest. Learn how Jewish food influencer, Jake Cohen, celebrates Passover.
Traditional Seder Plate
This 14-inch Seder plate looks as though it has been passed down through generations—or at least as though it comes from a small Jerusalem workshop dedicated to the most artistic pieces. It’s actually an easy-to-care-for porcelain treasure that comes with a collection of cups to hold everything from bitter herbs to salt water. Here are easy Passover recipes your family will love.
Colorful Seder Plate
Just because you’re hosting a traditional dinner doesn’t mean it has to feel stuffy and formal. This porcelain Seder plate adds a bit of lightness and fun with its soothing rainbow colorway. It is a completely unique Seder addition that offers freedom from run-of-the-mill versions. After your meal is done, dig into the epic Passcaken.
Paper Seder Plates
For a totally kid-friendly (and cleanup-free) option, these disposable Seder plates are a perfect choice. They’re printed with gorgeous embellishments and all the meal’s components in Hebrew, then they can be tossed at the end of the meal. That means sticky charoset fingers won’t end up on the main plate. These make the best-ever host gift for the family putting both late nights together. Find more Passover gifts you can bring to Seder dinner.
Clay Seder Plate
Rustic and simple, this two-toned plate is sure to please. It’s handmade with a minimalist design and stunning blue or white color scheme. Plus, its earthenware construction will last for generations.
Mid-Century Seder Plate
Mid-century style needn’t be limited to living room decor. This fun Seder plate adds a bit of quirkiness to the table but still sticks to classic gold and porcelain colors. Plus, it goes well with most of the best wine glass styles—and you’ll need several to pour all four cups.
Kids Seder Plate
Make your child’s first Passover even more special with the help of this personalized Seder plate. It includes cute illustrations of each of the traditional simanim foods, complete with their name in the middle so there’s no more fighting over plates. The kids at your Seder may also appreciate these Passover decorations, games and props. It’s a fun way to make a meaningful Seder experience for kids as they wait for the afikoman!
Geo Seder Plate
Tree of Life Seder Plate
Gather all the branches of your own family tree around this dazzling silver-hued Tree of Life Seder plate that brings show-stopping elegance to the table. Also, the plate offers built-in bowls for all the Seder essentials and a tree sculpture that emerges from the plate’s center as the perfect reminder of the importance of family and faith.
Illustrated Seder Plate
Choosing this dishwasher- and microwave-safe earthenware Seder plate for your holiday meal instantly dresses up the simplest ingredients. It offers subtle green accents and pretty paintings with the word Pesach (that’s “Passover” in Hebrew) clearly emblazoned in the center.
Research contributed by Megan Mowery, Senior Shopping Editor
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