Big Apple Florist Offers Rosh Hashanah Flowers in NYC!

Posted on September 17, 2012

Here in New York City, we are known as the melting pot of cultures so, why not celebrate all of them? This year, instead of bringing a delicious treat when you join your friends or family for the holiday, bring a beautiful, blooming bouquet of Rosh Hashanah flowers. NYC, this will be a great gift for the host or hostess, and he or she will be able to use it to help add décor to their table. Knowing how unique and gorgeous each arrangement we send out can be, you will be the biggest hit of the party and definitely score tons more invites from your friends and family for next year’s festivities…. Because after all who doesn’t love a guest who brings the perfect gift???

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About the Rosh Hashanah Holiday Upon Us:

“Leshanah tovah tikateiv veteichateim.”rosh-hashanah-flowers-nyc Translated, “May you be inscribed and sealed for a good year.” What a great mantra to tell yourself at the beginning of the year. That New Year, for the Jewish community, begins on the first and second days of Tishrei, called Rosh Hashanah. Rosh Hashanah is a beautiful holiday set out to celebrate the creation of Adam and Eve, the birth of mankind, and the special relationship between God and humanity. This occasion for the Jewish community brings out many traditions and symbolic meanings for the two day event. Here are some traditions and great ways to celebrate the holiday and respecting the religious event:
  • “Kiddush” is the initial blessing over wine and it brings in the Sabbath as well as any other holy days.
  • The practice of candle lighting also helps to solidify the specialness of the holiday.
  • A special bread known as challah is enjoyed at a feast. This bread is twisted instead of round to symbolize the unending circle of life. They prefer honey over salt to brush on the challah to represent the sweet new year.
  • In honor of the Sephardic tradition, many people use only their finest lines and china as well as their newest clothing to show the importance of the holiday.


With all of these great symbolic traditions used to decorate the table and enjoy the Rosh Hashanah celebration, here at Big Apple Florist, we can make these events beautiful, using bright, colorful Rosh Hashanah flowers arrangements for NYC tables, candles, and crisp linens to make the holiday memorable and to start the New Year off right. Planning last minute? No problem! Big Apple Florist offers same day flower delivery in NYC because we know you’re busy! If you’re interested in our Rosh Hashanah flowers in NYC or other holidays flowers, read more here! Ready to sign up for same day flower delivery in NYC? Call us at 212-687-3434 or contact us by email!



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