Plastic is not the same as it used to be… it’s gotten so much better! I purchased this disposable dinnerware set for my sukkah and it came complete with matching flatware. The acrylic tumblers are lightweight and beautiful and I can’t wait to use them throughout the year.
The vases are on the smaller size but I love the colored floating glass illusion! I went with feathers as a no-fuss alternative to flowers. This year my sukkah tablescape is effortless without compromising on style!
For this year’s table we went with a vintage orchard theme. Apples symbolize the sweetness we wish for in the coming year. After the past year which was marred by the Novel Coronavirus, there is nothing we need more than an abundance of sweetness.
May Hashem grant all of us with a “happy sweet new year!“
Sitting in English class together, Sara and I would never have guessed where we would be just a few short years later!
Sara of Tilyon Jewelry used her attention to detail to create beautiful pieces of jewelry and developed a brand that can be found in stores nationally. So when the idea of creating a jewelry line came up, Tilyon Jewelry was the obvious choice to produce the pieces I designed.