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Hanukkah begins on December 20, which means you have just eight days to prepare for the all the exciting festivities ahead. Are you hosting a Hanukkah celebration with friends and family this year? We have a sparkling blue and white tablescape that’s easy to put together and will dazzle guests with an unconventional menorah centerpiece, Hanukkah gelt and elegant place settings.

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Use mismatched blue and white plates to tie in the traditional colors of the holiday.

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Make your table unique by using a glass cake pedestal to hold the Shamash. Create glittery, three-dimensional Star of David place cards and send your guests home with gelt party favors to end the evening.

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Don’t forget the food! Get recipes for potato latkes and braised Coca-Cola beef brisket.

If you’re looking for more Hanukkah inspiration, these quick and easy decorating ideas can be done in a snap, just in time for the Festival of Lights.

9 Responses

  1. @MrGWHunting says:

    Kayla this is beautiful!

  2. hungouttobuy says:

    Love, love, love matching with mismatched items!!! <a href="http://www.hungouttobuy.com” target=”_blank”>www.hungouttobuy.com

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  5. AidelK says:

    What a beautiful table! I love the menorah centerpiece idea–with the shamash on a cake pedestal. Really festive and unusual and such a nice surprise for Chanukkah.

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  8. Arlene Baldwin says:

    I never thought to use my American Fostoria to create a menorah centerpiece or to add the brightness of the glassware to the table. What a great idea. I will re-create this look for next year using my Bennington Cobalt Blue dinnerware and reverse the napkins and other items to give it an elegant "country" look. Thank you.

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Kayla KittsKayla Kitts is an editor for HGTV.com. You can find her doing at least one of the following: shopping for home decor at local vintique stores, picking out produce at...

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