What To Write in a Rosh Hashanah Card


Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish new year and it is a time that celebrates and highlights everything joyful, encouraging and most importantly… sweet. Jewish people celebrating Rosh Hashanah fill their tables with sweet dishes like honey cake, apples dipped in honey, Tzimmes and Kugel. And while the food we eat is naturally a holiday highlight, it’s important to compliment these sweet dishes with sweet wishes.


So, what exactly should you write in a Rosh Hashanah card? Here are some traditional wishes and greetings for the holiday.

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"Shana Tova" (Happy New Year)
"L’Shana Tova"
"Wishing you a sweet and prosperous New Year!"
"May the year ahead be successful and sweet for you!"
"Have a sweet, happy and healthy New Year!"
"May you have more blessings than the seeds in a pomegranate!"

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Each of these greetings are sweet and succinct and encompass the very essence of this beautiful holiday! 

Whether you choose to call your loved ones, greet them in person or send them a card this Rosh Hashanah, make sure to spread the sweetness! And as a reminder, Rosh Hashanah begins on the evening of Friday, September 15th and ends at sundown on Sunday, September 17th.


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