Popular Designs for Hanukkah Party Invitations
Hanukkah is a holiday that spans eight days, so you have plenty
of time to throw a party or two before it is over. Hanukkah party
invitations capture the spirit of the holiday
and allow you to express your own personality at the same time.
Color is King
In Judaism, blue and white are significant colors. Among other things,
light blue symbolizes the sky and Heaven. White, as in many cultures, stands
for purity and light. Therefore, these two shades are often used for Jewish
events and objects.
Hanukkah party invitations are no exception to this rule. Oubly.com has a wide
variety of invitation designs that use blue and white. One color will be the background and the other
will be for the text. To add other shades, a drawing of a person or some brightly-wrapped
gifts can be added. Of course, there are plenty of other options as well.
While the colors for invitations are fairly standardized, the images used are another
matter. Even though many layouts use traditional imagery like menorahs or dreidels, there are
infinite other possibilities. You can even skip the old-fashioned imagery and
go for something more modern.
In these designs, multiple colors are used along with party imagery that is
common to all sorts of celebrations. A closer look, however, will reveal a bit of Jewish imagery
that let guests know that yes - the celebration is for Hanukkah after all.
Color and design aren't the only aspects of a good invitation. Make sure to
order high-quality paper to show your guests that you don't skimp on detail.
Luckily Oubly.com has some of the finest paper options that rival that of any
high profile stationery companies..
Finally, be sure to send your invitations a few weeks in advance so your
event won't have to compete with celebrations already on your guests' schedules.
Please contact us if you have any questions.