Passover eCards

Send a sweet and fun Passover ecard to your friends and family

Let the celebration begin! Whether near or far, our varied selection of Passover cards, will let you reach out to friends and relatives across the miles to commemorate the Exodus and wish them a Happy and Blessed Pesach! Share the joy and choose a fun and different Passover greeting or send a sweet and more traditional Passover ecard to let your loved ones know they are in your thoughts.

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Finding the Perfect Passover Card

During this important time in the Jewish faith, be sure to wish everyone a Happy Passover! Here are a few facts you should know and some ideas for how to celebrate this Passover.

Happy Passover

Passover or Pesach (the Hebrew term for the holiday) is an incredibly important time for the global Jewish community. It is a time to remember the enslavement of the Israelites in the country of Egypt, and how they journeyed to freedom. This holiday is celebrated in communities in countries around the world, and many families have a Passover Seder. The Seder is a ceremony that marks the beginning of the Passover Holiday and includes a Seder plate that contains foods with rich symbolic meanings.

Passover dates

When Is Passover 2024? Actually, date changes every year according to the Gregorian calendar. However, it always begins on the 15th of Nisan, which is a month on the Hebrew calendar. This year, in 2024, the Passover will fall before sundown on Monday, April 22, but this is not typical to have Passover so late in April as usually it will fall in late March or early April. Also, mark your calendar for Passover Seder, which always happens on the 14th day of Nisan and begins the eight-day Passover holiday.

Ecards for Passover

Animated Passover cards with beautiful designs, lively music, and creative sentiments are an excellent way to send your wishes for a Happy Passover! There are several types of Passover ecards to select from, so make sure to browse the full catalogue to choose the ideal card for each recipient. If you simply cannot decide, there are even ways to customize ecards so that they are uniquely yours. Here are a few suggestions for Passover cards that will be perfect for everyone on your list.

  • Funny Happy Passover ecards – Everyone could use a good laugh! What’s sillier than some adorably big-eyed matzo balls giggling in a bowl of soup? These funny Passover ecards are perfect for little and big kids alike. Passover is a time to celebrate, so share a smile and a laugh by sending funny Happy Passover cards.
  • Beautiful Passover ecards – Passover is also a time to reflect on the struggle and success of the Israelites, and to honor your heritage. Sending a lovely Passover ecard to your friends, family, and members of your synagogue will help them to celebrate this holiday even while they check their inbox. With cards that allow the recipient to take a stunning journey through animated Jerusalem or see the components of the Seder meal illustrated, these cards are perfect for everyone.
  • Create your own Passover ecards – Personalised passover greetings are an outstanding way to share the celebration with everyone in your life. Find the perfect photograph, add it to your ecard, and send it out. Choosing a photograph is a great opportunity to take a trip down memory lane and remember good times from Passover celebrations in years past. You’re certain to brighten the day of every recipient on your list! Plus – you might just inspire a new tradition among your family and friends.

Happy Passover sayings

You can say Happy Passover in yiddish if you are familiar with the language, but it is absolutely fine to simply wish people a “Happy Passover.” Here are a few more things to write in your Passover ecards to share your best wishes for the holiday season:

  • Wishing you and your family health and peace this Passover.
  • Let us all take time to remember the significance of Passover this season.
  • I am sending you our best wishes this Passover!
  • Wishing you peace and joy this Passover!

Enjoy Your Celebrations

This Passover, remember to take time and share your best wishes and help everyone in your life have a joyful celebration as well. It is an incredibly important holiday, and whether you are planning a big Seder meal or a solo celebration, have a Happy Passover!