Celebrate like it’s 5999 and send sweet online or paper shana tova greetings to all your chosen people this Rosh Hashanah. Even if you can’t gather them around the table, you can still give friends and family Rosh Hashanah cards with pomegranates, apples, honey, and every other taste of the new year to come. Let your card raise a noise (in a more harmonious key) with designs featuring illustrated shofars. If you’d prefer to give the wish of a “gut yontif” or “shana tova” with a different form of adornment, use a design with calligraphed lettering for your greeting—including photo options that let you display a family portrait.
You may have spent months preparing for the High Holy Days, but we’ll make sending out your greetings a considerably quicker endeavor. (Our free options make sharing your joy no great financial sacrifice.) When you’ve chosen the perfect card, use the online design tool to craft and customize your message. If you’d prefer even more creative license, you can pick out a new backdrop and envelope liner for your personalized Rosh Hashanah cards. Put together your list of recipients in the online address book—you can import contacts from your email, but you’ll find past correspondents and party invitees there, too. If you’re worried about reaching any family members who don’t keep on top of their digital inbox, don’t worry—we have printed cards with just as much room for your personal touch. Order a few for the digitally illiterate, a single printed keepsake, or choose to send the whole of your Rosh Hashanah greetings on traditional paper this year. You can order pre-addressed envelopes to save yourself one last bit of labor before Yom Kippur.
With a new year comes many celebrations, so schedule your Hanukkah and Purim greetings ahead of time (and save yourself a little grief around the holidays). If the coming year means a long-overdue coming of age for your kids, browse our bar and bat mitzvah invitations and start the party planning in earnest.