The Festival of Lights is a sacred time of year for the Jewish family and one filled with family get-togethers, exchanges of gifts and other holiday festivities. Yet it’s also a time when decor becomes an important asset to your home and your events. As you are planning your holiday decor for this Hanukkah season, don’t forget the flowers.
Bringing Flowers into Hanukkah
Candles are a traditional decoration option for Hanukkah celebrations, but flowers can also play a role in the decor for this holiday. Since Hanukkah typically occurs in the darkest winter months, it is an ideal time to bring in some fresh flowers to your home, reminding you of the new life that is just around the corner in the spring. As you plan your Hanukkah decor, be sure to consider the role flesh flowers can play in your plans.
Traditional White Flowers for Hanukkah
Traditionally, the colors of Hanukkah are a brilliant blue combined with an elegant white. You can dress up your holiday decor with stunning white arrangements this year. Whether you are decorating your own home or giving decor to a friend who is celebrating Hanukkah, you can’t go wrong with a beautiful white floral arrangement.
Consider, for example, Holiday Elegance. This unique display of dendrobium orchids with white branches and silver ornaments sits in a white ceramic container to capture all that makes winter so magical. It would make a lovely centerpiece or side table addition to your Hanukkah celebration.
Starry Night also captures the theme of winter greens, brilliant white and sparkling silver. This simple arrangement showcases three football mums accented with evergreen bows in a container filled with silver nuggets.
To bring a hint of spring to your Hanukkah celebration, consider Winter . This arrangement features snow white tulips in a silver deco wire and mercury glass container and flocked with winter greens.
Decorating for Hanukkah brings the joy to this sacred time of year. With the right flowers to complement your existing decor, your home can be a festive, welcoming place.