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Hosting a Sparkling Blue and White Hanukkah Celebration

Mismatched blue and white plates, an unconventional menorah and plenty of festive chocolate coins come together in this Hanukkah table setting.
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Mixing Blues

This table uses several shades of blue together, from cobalt to cornflower to navy. As long as blues are in the same family, they will work well together.

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Stay Away From a Set

A traditional English dinner plate is topped with an Asian salad plate. Color ties them together and the patterns provide nice contrast.

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Start From the Outside

Don’t let your guests be intimidated by a lot of silverware — just tell them to start on the outside and work their way in.

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No Menorah? No Problem

Use eight decorative candle holders as a stand in for a traditional menorah. Use a larger, separate "Shamash" candle to light the votives each night. Position the votives on either side of the Shamash.

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