Has this ever happened to you? The table is beautifully set for a festive yom tov meal - either fine china or quality disposables. All your family and guests gather in the sukkah. You pop the cork on a new bottle of red wine. The children quiet down as best they can. The adults finally stop chatting. All eyes turn to the head of the table in anticipation of kiddush. But you realize there is no machzor or siddur in the sukkah. Now you need to send someone back inside to bring out a machzor so the kiddush could be recited with accuracy and respect. Hopefully everyone will remain quiet during this break in the action.
You will never experience that scene again after you hang this kiddush Sukkah Banner on your wall. This sukkah decoration displays the full hebrew text (ashkenaz) for day and evening kiddush for Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret. The banner includes added text for Erev Shabbat (Friday evening) and Motzei Shabbat (Havdalah for Saturday evening). The large print is easy to read from anywhere in your sukkah. You don't need to stand within inches of your wall. Stay by your seat and easily recite the kiddush from this six-foot wide banner. The heavy duty, weather-resistant vinyl will withstand rain and last many years.
Kiddush - 6' x 2'
How big is this Banner?
Possibly the largest Kiddush text you have ever seen... It covers 12 square feet of your sukkah walls.
6 feet wide by 2 feet tall
What material is this?
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.