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How to

Decorate for Hanukkah

How to Decorate for Hanukkah

It’s that special time of year when we open our homes to loved ones and celebrate the festival of lights. This year, bring the joy of the season – and maybe a little bit of sparkle – to every room in your home with these thoughtful tips.

Fun & Festive

Put a spin on your traditional blue and white palette by mixing in a few sparkling accents. You don’t have to stick to the traditional Hanukkah décor either. Introduce a festive garland with gilt accents and eco-friendly LED string lights to set the tone. Carry the seasonal spirit into the kitchen with blue and white kitchen towels and table linens and keep the warm glow of the menorah going throughout the house with family-friendly flameless candles.

Tantalizing & Traditional

It’s time to bust out the menorah and put it on display! Whether you’ll be celebrating with a special family heirloom or creating your own with an arrangement of nine individual candlesticks, make sure it shines brightly for all eight festive nights. Create an instant centerpiece by laying a festive wreath down and placing your menorah in the center. Bonus: you can place a small plate inside the wreath to save yourself the trouble of removing wax from your tablecloth." 

Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel

A must-have for any child during the Hanukkah season, create your own dreidel-themed decorations for some holiday fun. Make place cards out of blue and white card stock and add in some gold or silver accents. Buy ready-made place cards and decorate them with a Hanukkah theme.

Once it’s time to start playing, you can set out a lovely serving bowl or tray to serve as the pot. Then all you need to do is spin the dreidel and have fun!