Hanukkah is a festival of lights and is a celebration where the family comes together. Hanukkah goes on for 8 days around the time of mid-December towards the end of the month. There is also a tradition of exchanging Hanukkah gifts and flowers.
The main colours for the celebration are mainly blue and white. The colours are said to be blue and white a they are the colours in the Israeli flag. The colours also have a universal meaning behind them White suggests purity, peace, and light. Blue is associated with the sky, faith, wisdom, and truth.
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Popular flowers in Hanukkah centerpieces are traditional white poinsettias, lilies, chrysanthemums etc. Popular are coloured blue and white roses. Almost every Jewish family has flowers for Hanukkah at their house.
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Having fresh flowers at the table always makes every occasion much more special and they add a special touch to the occasion. Have centerpieces at the dinner table. The preference is to have centerpieces that are low so that people can easily discuss and have eye contact with one another.
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David’s star can also be incorporated to the centerpiece or to the décor as well. It will look good either on a napkin or then put on a lantern.