This Birkat Lulav sukkah decoration is eye-popping! It's so simple and modern, yet so beautiful and practical. The larger than life size arba minim - including a bright, golden yellow etrog, together with a lulav, hadasim and aravot - are striking against the ocean blue woodgrain background. The etrog appears so realistic, you might try to take in its aromatic scent, but then you remember it's a weather-resistant, vinyl Sukkah Banner.
For some people, this 12-square-foot Banner is used on Sukkot to bench lulav, that is to recite blessings before waving the lulav and etrog on Yom Tov and Chol HaMoed. The Hebrew text is large, clear, and easy to read from a distance, such as across your sukkah. For others, this is another gorgeous decoration, adding pops of color to the sukkah wall and enhancing the Sukkot holiday.
Lulav Blessings - 4' x 3'
It's large! And the Hebrew Birkat Lulav blessings are easy to read from anywhere in the sukkah.
4 feet wide by 3 feet tall
Sukkah Banners are durable, non-porous, 13 oz. gloss vinyl designed for the outdoors. Banners feature heat welded hems on all sides for durability and added strength. One-inch nickel grommets (those are the metal-framed holes) are installed, over reinforced hemmed edges, in each corner and along the top and bottom. Ultraviolet-resistant inks provide vibrant, long lasting colors and prevent fading from exposure to sunlight.