From traditional to unique, we feature the best Hanukkah gifts
Figuring out the right gifts to give for Hanukkah can feel a little stressful, especially if it is your first time celebrating the holiday.
Maybe a friend invited you over to their family’s celebrations this year, or perhaps you started dating someone who celebrates Hanukkah but you do not.
No matter your situation, it makes sense to be concerned about giving the right gift.
After all, this isn’t just any gathering, it’s an important religious holiday just like Christmas, and the last thing you want to do is upset anyone!
Thankfully, finding the right gift does not have to involve a lot of stress. The best thing to do is not overthink it!
There are plenty of wonderful ideas to choose from.
Depending on the family’s traditions or how long you will be in town, you might not have to show up with a gift for each night of Hanukkah.
In fact, some families don’t make gifts a big component of their Hanukkah celebrations as say, people who celebrate Christmas. Smaller gifts may be completely normal and to be expected.
For that reason, we have filled out gift guide with a variety of items, including smaller and larger gifts.
Whether it is tradition, or your budget, you can find the right gift that will be appropriate and loved by whoever you give it to.
How to nail the right thing to gift for Hanukkah
Everyone always wants to make the holidays a joyful occasion, and gifts are almost always a part of that!
Whether you have just one person to shop for, or your entire family, finding those perfect items is always such a great feeling, isn’t it?
Crossing name after name off your list as you find them their gifts is so satisfying, and we are here to help that process go even quicker!
We have rounded up all sorts of unique, thoughtful ideas that are perfect to give for Hanukkah.
Whether you are shopping for your significant other, their parents, or your family, you can find just the right things.
Did you know that gifts were not traditionally part of Hanukkah? That’s right!
Parents would give their children ‘gelt’ which is Yiddish for money, although typically the money was in the form of chocolate coins.
Over the years things have changed, possibly as a result of how popular gift giving is for Christmas.
Start shopping today
In any case, many families do choose to exchange gifts for Hanukkah, so make sure you show up with something!
Hanukkah starts this year on December 22nd.
However, it is never too early to start shopping for the perfect presents, especially if you are getting gifts for each night of Hanukkah (which this year will go until December 30th).
So, what are you waiting for? Start shopping today!