Archive for November 2nd, 2010

Hanukkah Greeting Cards & Invitations

Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

hanukkah invitationsI was worried about Christmas coming too fast, but in looking at the December calendar today, I realized that those celebrating Hanukkah have even less time to prepare for the holidays than I do!  Hanukkah begins on December 2nd this year and ends on December 9th…8 crazy nights that celebrate the festival of lights.

Whether you’re celebrating with a big bash on the first or last night of Hanukkah, it’s time to order your Hanukkah party invitations and greeting cards!  Party invitations need to be sent about 2-3 weeks before your event, so it’s the perfect time to order.  Our Hanukkah themed party invitations and greeting cards have taken a step forward this year and are a bit more modern than the traditional holiday card or invitation.  Our invitations feature shades of blue and yellow that compliment traditional Hanukkah holiday colors but with a slightly modern twist like a girl sitting on her dreidel, a Shield of David design, a girl sitting on a Menorah holding a candle or a modern Hanukkah place setting design.  Our Hanukkah holiday greeting cards showcase your family photographs during this festive time of year with fun Menorah, Star of David or Hanukkah patterns and colors.  All of our Hanukkah party invitations and greeting cards have a 2-3 or 4-5 business day turnaround time with rush processing available for those of us who notoriously wait until the last minute to order.  We also have upgraded shipping options when necessary.

Below are some of our newest Hanukkah invitation and Hanukkah photo greeting card options available…

hanukkah invitations

Don’t forget to stock up on your Hanukkah thank you notes either!  With 8 days of gift-giving and receiving, you’re bound to receive a plethora of gifts that you’ll want to thank you friends and family for.  One of my favorites is the Dreidel Girl from Bonnie Marcus which features a posh Jewish girl in a black dress and heels holding a dreidel.   Happy Hanukkah!!