Hanukkah Flowers & Gifts

Hanukkah is 12/7/2023 - 12/15/2023

The most popular Hanukkah flowers to send for the Festival of Lights are white and blue flowers, such as white lilies, roses & carnations, and blue delphinium. While blue and white floral arrangements for Hanukkah are popular, mixed bouquets with various colors help illuminate any space or table to wish friends and family celebrating a Happy Hanukkah, or Hanukkah sameach! In addition to flowers, 1-800-Flowers has a wide variety of gifts for Hanukkah including but not limited to Hanukkah gift baskets, foods, cookies, chocolates, menorahs from our Marketplace, and more!

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The Most Popular Hanukkah Flowers

Blue and white are the colors for Hanukkah, therefore blue and white flower arrangements are also very popular. The most popular flowers for Hanukkah include white lilies, roses, blue orchids, blue or white hydrangea, blue delphinium, and white alstroemeria. The lily is considered a traditional Hanukkah flower because of the flowers symbolism of new beginnings and new life.

  • White Lilies
  • White Roses
  • Blue Orchids
  • Blue or White Hydrangeas
  • Blue Delphinium
  • White Alstroemeria: The lily is considered a traditional Hanukkah flower because of the flowers’ symbolism of new beginnings and new life.

Hanukkah Flower Arrangements

Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is often celebrated with the traditional holiday colors of white and blue, a testament to the colors of the Israeli flag designed by the Zionist movement in 1891. Order flowers for Hanukkah decorations in white and blue to bring some light into your Festival of Lights celebration. Whether you choose to purchase Hanukkah decor for your own home or gift floral Hanukkah decorations to friends or family, 1800Flowers.com offers everything from traditional flower arrangements to personalized gifts that will last far beyond your Hanukkah celebration

Traditional Hanukkah Gifts

Traditional Hanukkah gifts are given over a span of eight days. While gifts were not originally a part of Hanukkah festivities (with parents instead opting for a gelt -- a small amount of money or chocolate coins -- for children), gifts are now included as part of the holiday. Traditional Hanukkah gifts also include dreidels, which are pointed, four-sided tops that spin on their base. Newer Hanukkah gifts include Hanukkah flower centerpieces, puzzles and games, and more. To really brighten up your family and friends' holidays, send a special Hanukkah arrangement from 1800Flowers.com.

Hanukkah Food Gifts & Gift Baskets

Before you settle in for eight nights of sharing gifts, munching latkes, spinning the dreidel, and lighting the menorah in celebration of the Festival of Lights, you’ll want to prepare for the occasion with festive decorations. Popular Hanukkah decorations include Hanukkah flowers in shades of blue and white like lilies, roses, carnations, and delphinium. Setting the scene for your Hanukkah celebration is a wonderful way to get your family and friends in the spirit of the holiday season, as is providing a selection of delicious Hanukkah food gifts for everyone to enjoy.

The spirit of Hanukkah lies in celebrating the freedom to practice religion, but modern-day festivities include not only the commemorative lighting of candles, but also the giving of Hanukkah flowers and gifts to loved ones. Whether you order Hanukkah gift baskets to hand out to immediate family and friends or you send thoughtful Hanukkah flower arrangements to those who can’t be with you, you’ll find the perfect way to show you care and mark this special occasion.

Different Ways to Spell Hanukkah

There are actually 24 different ways to spell Hanukkah with the most common spelling being ‘Hanukkah’. Explore the list of some common Hannukah spellings with more options given the phonetic English from Hebrew:

  • Chanukka
  • Chanukkah
  • Hanukah
  • Hanukka

The Eight Days of Hanukkah 2023

Hanukkah is an eight-day wintertime festival of lights. The dates for Hanukkah 2023 are:

  • Thursday, December 7, 2023
  • Friday, December 8, 2023
  • Saturday, December 9, 2023
  • Sunday, December 10, 2023
  • Monday, December 11, 2023
  • Tuesday, December 12, 2023
  • Wednesday, December 13, 2023
  • Thursday, December 14, 2023
  • Friday, December 15, 2023
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