Re: Anyone celebrate Chanukah?
On the shallow end: icy blues, (rather than the ordinary bright blue), frosty silver and white look stunningly wintery: http://blowoutparty.com/blog/2010/11...-and-desserts/
Think silver/frost/cream/wintry blues and blue-greens instead of gold/red/green (which I never find a particularly attractive combination anyway).
It's a festival of lights, so blue and white fairy lights are beautiful. Stars and candles - you can riff off a snowflake scheme, because they are also 6-pointed.
I've got no traditions because I didn't grow up Jewish, but that's how we'll be decorating our house this year.
Mama to my sweetheart, Jamila (5/2011); wife to my mensch, Josh. Eleanor to you
Last edited by jam's mum; 11-12-2012 at 11:21 AM.