By Jackie Yesharim
I love creating a tablescape for Chanukah that you don’t get bored of looking at by the end of the eighth night. I wanted to create a classic and timeless tablescape, with a touch of Chanukah sparkle with combinations that suit many tastes and aesthetic styles.
How To Recreate This Stunning French Blue & White Table For Chanukah
Blue and white is one of the most romantic color palettes for the home. It also happens to be the color most commonly associated with Chanukah, so I opted for a French blue and white holiday table setting.
Since Chanukah is earlier than usual this year, I wanted to make sure to add floral prints, tied in with the winter feel by combining it with subtle velvet accents.
I used floral foam to create a long row of baby blue and white florals (you can make it as long or as short as you like), then I placed my blue taper candles in the center in order for it to look like a menorah. See detailed instructions below.
Tapered Candle Menorah How-To:
Insert a toothpick into the bottom of the candle and then stick it into the floral foam (used above for the flowers) deep enough for it to feel supported. Repeat with all nine candles. Spread the taper candles down the table for a lengthy centerpiece or display it closely together in the center.
I couldn’t have created this tablescape without all the amazing vendors and suppliers. To purchase some or all of the items I used see below.
– Baby blue candlesticks – Amazon
– Florals supplied by local Miami vendor JetfreshFlowers
– Tablecloth by SpoonFlower on Etsy
– Silverware is a vintage Oneida Evening Star set found on Etsy
– Dinnerware is by Burleigh, purchased at Sasha Nicholas
– Personalized velvet ribbon is by Adorned Embroidery on Etsy
– Embroidered linen napkins by NapkinstoreGifts on Etsy
Beautiful table Such a pretty table. Classic and beautiful. Thank you! Where are the white fabric scalloped chargers from?
Sure- she used this seller on etsy 🙂