How to set the Hanukkah Table with Classic Decor
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I had so much fun putting together this beautiful Hanukkah display! ! hope it provides you with inspiration for how to set the Hanukkah Table for your celebration. Many of the pieces can be used year round for various occasions. The dishes and serving platters are adorned with traditional blue and white motifs that set the tone for this festive table setting.
Chandelier | Vase | Tablecloth | Napkins | Napkin rings | Dinnerware | Flatware | Glasses | Mercury glass candle holders | Chargers
Table linens and dinnerware to set the Hanukkah table
The easiest way to set an elevated tone to your Hanukkah table is by using a white cotton tablecloth. It also provides the perfect neutral backdrop for the colorful dinnerware I chose for this event. Then just add a contrasting wooden charger and base plate that will allow the beautiful blue medallion dishes to shine. This is the Hanukkah Dinnerware collection from Pottery Barn. But you could use it to set the table for any jewish event or celebration. The linen napkins pick up and complement the blue tones from the dishes.
What is a Hanukkah table without the menorah! It’s the natural centerpiece for this occasion but I always love to include a floral arrangement. Here I used some dried hydrangeas I had on hand. I love their simplicity and softness against the colorful geometric pattern of the dishes.
Menorah | Menorah candles | Mercury glass candle holders | Cane cabinet | Mirror | Framed art | Frame | Chandelier
Speaking of candles, it’s always good to have more than the requisite ones for the menorah. It’s the Festival of Light after all. Candles set the mood for any special occasion and celebration. I’ve always loved these mercury glass votive holders. You can use them for other events, not just to set the Hanukkah table. They will last for years to come. Just replace the votive candles inside, or use LED battery operated candles. I used a different set of mercury glass votive holders in this previous Hanukkah table setting.
The Stoneware Hanukkah collection has matching serving platter, sectioned dish, and large serving bowl. The latkes and dips just looks more appetizing in pretty serveware, don’t you agree?
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