- Hanukkah colors are blue and white, not red and green. Avoid Christmas themed wrapping paper and cards, and go with something generic. You can also buy special Hanukkah themed wrapping paper.
- Sign your card! While Hanukkah is not "Jewish Christmas", you should still include a personalized note with our dessert gifts - "Happy Hanukkah!" or "May the Festival of Lights bring a glow to your year!" are nice choices. "Seasons Greetings" is always appropriate, too.
- Even if you know the recipient doesn't keep kosher, sending something like a ham could be taken the wrong way. Many classic holiday gift baskets come with little samplers of sausage, bacon or seafood. Stay away from these types of gifts, especially when sending Hanukkah business gifts. A kosher Jewish dessert is a safe bet and something everyone can enjoy.
- Make sure your gift arrives on time! It's an eight day holiday, so this shouldn't be too difficult - just be sure to check the dates as they change every year. (Check this year's dates here)
Hanukkah Gift Guide: Everything You Need to Know
12/13/2016 5:01 PM
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