What to Write in a Passover Card?

Passover, a Jewish celebration of God’s liberation of the Jewish people from Egyptian slavery, should be recognized with Passover greetings to your loved ones and friends. The Passover wishes you find on this site will help you create Passover messages for your Passover cards and other messages. They will show that you care about your fellow people and respect the religious significance of Passover and the Exodus. Mark this celebration with matzo, maror, and wine. So check out the messages and quotes here and send them a card today. We here at Card Messages wish you all the very best!

  • Wishing you peace and the warmth of the holiday season. Happy Passover!

  • Meow, I would like to wish you a wonderful Passover!

  • During Pesach and always, I wish you love, joy, and happiness. Happy Passover!

  • Happy Passover To My Grandmother You are so important to our family, and you bring such beautiful knowledge and happiness to our lives. You mean more to us than you realize!

  • Happy Passover to You! The tradition continues through each and every one of us. We celebrate, we honor, and we understand that’s what Passover is about!

  • Happy Passover to you wherever you are Brooklyn or Israel, I hope this is the best by far!

  • Happy Passover! Our connection runs deeper than some realize. It’s one that ties together and one that is important in all of our lives.

  • Hope you have a yummy Passover, Bubbeleh!

  • I am so grateful to have a mother like you that does all of the wonderful things that you do. I’m so happy to have you during this time of year to celebrate the season and share the good cheer! Happy Passover!

  • May blessings fill your life for Pesach and always!

  • May you have happiness and peace this Passover. Being your friend is a gift that I truly adore and appreciate. Happy Passover!

  • Shalom to you, during Passover and always.

  • Think you can do it. Why, yes, you can! You’ll be sure to find the afikemen! Happy Passover!

  • This Purim, you may have to take the bad with the good. The good being you will be required to ring in the holiday with your favorite people your family. That, of course, is also, the bad Happy Purim!

  • Wishing you a beautiful Seder that’s full of happiness and joy. Wishing you the love of life and lots of happy, "OYS"!


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