Passover cards with wine

Passover is a time to celebrate freedom and resilience with those you care about most. The celebration is filled with foods around the seder table— like matzo ball soup, wine, and bitter herbs — and special moments with friends and family. Best of all, the holiday doesn’t just last one day: it’s a seven- or eight-day celebration where you can really spend quality time with your loved ones. 

Passover cards are another common way to celebrate the holiday and share warm wishes with family near and far. If you’re looking to send Passover cards to friends or even colleagues, you’ll find dozens of incredible designs right here. Here are some of our favorite Passover cards, plus tips on what to say inside.

Sharing Passover Wishes: Tips for Your Cards 

Happy Passover card surrounded by tulips and matzo

If you observe Passover, you already know about this weeklong celebration that takes place in the Hebrew month of Nissan — which usually lands in March or April. However, if you’re not of the Jewish faith and want to send Passover cards to friends, family members, and/or business associates, you might want a bit of a refresher course.

The Jewish holiday commemorates the freeing of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt, known as the Exodus. It’s a time for reflection and honors values, including resilience and freedom. The celebration culminates with a seder on the final night with food, prayer, and song.

Sending Passover cards or invitations to a celebration is easier than ever thanks to digital invitations. You can send last-minute (yet thoughtful) wishes to a client or invite loved ones together for a festive party from the comfort of your computer. With online invitations, you don’t have to deal with the hassle of mailing cards or waiting for them to arrive. 

Plus, you have access to hundreds of designs rather than just a few cards at your local stationery store. You can send cards featuring delicious spreads on the seder table or a photo card with your favorite snaps of your family. However you decide to celebrate the special occasion, there’s an ecard to match your style.

Aside from choosing the card itself, it’s important to spend some time thinking about what you want to write inside. You can choose to keep the tone serious if you’re attending an event with a retelling of the Exodus story from the Haggadah. Or you can also choose more casual wording if you’re sharing a simple seder with close friends and family.

Here are some ideas of what to write in your Passover cards:

  • Sending wishes for a purposeful Passover
  • Happy Passover from our family to yours
  • Shalom Passover – wishing you love, peace, and joy
  • Chag Sameach! From your friends at [Business Name]
  • Thinking of you on Pesach and wishing you all the best
  • Chag pesach kasher vesame’ach
  • Wishing you a meaningful Passover seder
  • Sending you matzah love this Passover. Hope your day is filled with food, family, and festivities!
  • Thinking of you during this Passover and sending wishes for reflection and renewal

Passover Cards 

Celebrate this Passover with greeting cards and invitations that honor the special meaning of this holiday. From delightful depictions of classic holiday foods like matzo ball soup to minimalist and elegant cards, there’s something for everyone.

Keep in mind that you can easily customize these cards to include event information if you’re hosting a big gathering or you can keep it simple with traditional Passover wishes. You can even change up the colors and typography to suit your specific style and taste. Here are some of our favorite Passover cards to share your personalized message.

1. Matzo Ball Soup Card

Matzo Ball Soup Card

Design: Laura Bolter Design

This eye-catching Passover card is a fun way to kick off the holiday thanks to the colorful bowl of matzo soup. It’s a cheerful way to share your warmest wishes for the celebrations.

2. Scripted Passover Card

Passover cards: Scripted Passover Card

Design: Signature Greenvelope

Send Passover blessings with this simple and modern greeting card. It features delicate depictions of the Star of David in all four corners and a gold foil border framing in the holiday greeting. You can customize it by changing the color scheme or choosing a different font.

3. Spring Star Card

Passover cards: Spring Star Card

Design: Laura Bolter Design

Send warm wishes for Passover peace with this lovely card. It features hand-painted tulips and hyacinths inside the Star of David, reflecting the renewing spirit of the holiday. The digital card also comes with a matching envelope to complete the look.

4. Star Overlay Invitation

Passover cards: Star Overlay Invitation

Design: Jen Montgomery

This bat mitzvah card can easily be used as a Passover holiday card. It features a gold foil Star of David for an elegant touch. The background can be customized with different color palettes, making it ideal for formal and casual celebrations alike.

5. Seder Table Cards

Passover cards: Seder Table Cards

Design: Laura Bolter Design

This Passover card features a seder table with all the fixings. It’s ideal for when you can’t celebrate in person but still want to send warm wishes. Plus, it’s the perfect way to announce that you’re skipping the big celebration this year so you can all get together in Israel next year!

6. Pretty Passover Card

Pretty Passover Card

Design: Signature Greenvelope

Send happy wishes for a joyous celebration with this pretty Passover ecard. The card features scrawling script with the words “Happy Passover” and you can include a personalized message on the back. It’s simple and elegant so you can use it for close family members or send it to a client who’s celebrating this special holiday. 

7. Spring Botanical Star Card

Passover cards: Spring Botanical Star Card

Design: Signature Greenvelope

This botanical card offers a fresh way of sending greetings for the Passover holiday. It features a light and airy design with a gold foil Star of David and vibrant botanicals. Use it as an invitation for seder or send it as a greeting card with good wishes for the holiday.

8. Bright Spring Florals Card

Bright Spring Florals Card

Design: TM Stationery

This Passover, send springtime wishes with this cheerful floral card. This design comes in three color palettes and the text can be customized to suit your needs. Use it to invite guests over for a Passover celebration or simply to send warm, colorful wishes.

9. Shimmering Shalom Card

Passover cards: Shimmering Shalom Card

Design: Signature Greenvelope

Say “Shalom Passover” with this shimmering photo card. The card features a large banner at the bottom and glittering star accents for a glamorous touch. It comes in six color schemes or you can create your own custom palette. Upload your favorite family photo to send holiday greetings or invite guests to your spring celebration. The backside is blank so you have plenty of room to share a personal message or include all the event details. The card is also ideal for other Jewish events like Hanukkah.

Celebrate with Beautiful Cards

Whether you’re gathering for a large party or sending greeting cards this year, these Passover cards will help you share warm wishes with those who matter most in your life. From colorful and cheery to regal and elegant, there’s a style of card for every occasion and type of celebration. 

Looking for other ways to celebrate the holidays? Continue browsing our large selection of digital cards and invitations for other Jewish holidays, including Hanukkah and Rosh Hashanah. You’ll also find plenty of options for other celebrations including Mother’s Day and birthday cards. And for even more inspiration, don’t miss our Stationer’s blog, which is full of party planning tips and ideas for celebrating all of life’s special moments.