It is customary for synagogues to replace the Torah cover, Parochet, and cover of the reading table with white ones until after Yom Kippur.
It is customary to visit the graves of loved ones on this day.
We do not sound the shofar during Shacharit.
Conclude the service with Achat Sha'alti (MT 662).
Light candles before sunset. Recite the festival candle blessing and Shehecheyanu (MT 384).
We recite the Kiddush for Rosh Hashanah evening, followed by Shehecheyanu.
Before making HaMotzi, dip an apple in honey and recite the following:
Y'hi ratzon mil'fanecha, Adonai Eloheinu v'Elohei avoteinu v'imoteinu, she't'chadeish aleinu shanah tova um'tukah.
May it be your will, Adonai our God and God of our ancestors, to renew us for a good and sweet year.
Then, recite the blessing over fruit, and eat the apple.
We then make Hamotzi over two Challot. It is customary to eat round challot during this season. Some people sprinkle honey over their challah rather than salt.
We add Ya'aleh v'Yavo and Harachaman for Rosh Hashanah to Birkat Hamazon.
Add Ya'aleh v'Yavo to the Amidah (MT 92)
Add Ya'aleh v'Yavo and Harachaman for Rosh Chodesh (only for meals eaten after sundown)