Eight Nights of Presents Means Lots of Hanukkah Wrapping Paper—We Have You (and Your Gifts) Covered
According to the Hebrew calendar, Hanukkah is an eight-day celebration that begins on the 25th day in the month of Kislev. Also known as the Festival of Lights, this occasion commemorates the holiday's history; celebrants light candles on the menorah, eat latkes, and play dreidel, just to name a few traditions. Hearty meals and time spent with loved ones are highlights, too, as are the gifts exchanged each evening. Eight nights means eight gifts, and that means you're going to need a lot of wrapping paper. Ahead, we've rounded up several paper options, all of which will make your gift exchange more special. Some feature symbols associated with Hanukkah while others feature abstract designs, like marble, and unique styles, like stripes; so long as you work within the holiday's signature palette (blue, white, silver, and gold), your coverings will feel appropriately festive.