Target used to re-create their Passover line each year. In fact the seder plate that I have at my house is marked 2011. They stopped doing that right at 2011, since the seder plate they are selling this year is the same as that one. However, I'm still saying hats off to Target for stepping up to the plate and doing something...
Here's the food section. Again, I wouldn't recommend that you do your shopping here. Apparently they think we only need to eat Matzo balls, Macaroons and Matza. Oh, and dessert. But, never the less, it's sweet that they have the foods and are totally trying. Good spot to stop if you forget something on the way to someone's house.
Here's why we love Target though- there selection of decor products. That are actually cute, and totally usable. All the plastic is BPA free, and although the blue cups were out for Chanukah, they have some truly distinct Passover items that you won't be able to walk into a typical store and find.
They do have a seder plate (it's on the second shelf) and it's quite nice. But since I already have it, and it's not new to the Passover line, I didn't take any specific pictures of it.
Last year I had 10 kids under the age of 4 at my house. And I searched high and low for plates for all those kiddos. I totally should have gotten these. No need to remember which are the passover dishes- it says so right there! Part of a a great kiddos set, that's dishwasher safe.
This is where I think Target really stands out. Yes they have the traditional seder plates, but they also go out of their way to include these decor items. I'll give you a little hint about Target. They do a great job of labeling their items. You can see what season/promotion the item belongs to by lifting it up and looking underneath.
See the Jewish star? That means it was designed exclusively/specifically for a Jewish holiday. It could have been Chaunkah or Passover, but regardless, it was for the Jewish community. And that, to me, is where Target wins points. On the display there were at least two items not specific to the holiday (aka one had a sun since it was a summer item, and another was just a random item) but they are just about the only store that is continuously making items.
So cheers to you Target! Thanks for including us in the spring time celebration! Now, just because something isn't marked with a star doesn't mean it wouldn't be adorable at your Passover seder. Here's a cute selection of items for the kiddos that fall into the Frog theme of the Passover world. I could just imagine my little girlies in those PJ's and my tiny Ocho in these Froggie slippers!
I'm also always on the lookout for little entertainment items that will keep EG at the table. This year target didn't disappoint with this adorable frog creation you can make yourself. While it does involve glue (so may not be appropriate for all seder tables) it's certainly a cute and adorable project that she can do her self.
And thankfully she doesn't look at my blog- so this adorable froggie cup that I bought her for the seder will still be a pleasant surprise.
This post wasn't paid or perked in anyway (though, note to Target, I wouldn't mind getting paid!) I just want to share the goods for everyone. And I hope that some of you go out there any buy these Target items. That way they are inspired to continue to make them for us every year.