what to write in a hanukkah card

Presents? Check. Menorah? Check. Warm latkes? Check. But before you belt out the first verse of “Ma’Oz Tzur,” make sure you’ve jotted down notes to your loved ones. At PAPYRUS, we offer prewritten sentiments as well as blank cards so you can write as much or as little as you wish.

First, pick the perfect card. From Stars of David and dreidels to menorahs and candles, we offer a full line of cards to celebrate the most luminous time of year—the Festival of Lights.

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Stumped on what to write in a Hanukkah card? Here are a few of our ideas:

  • Warm wishes for a Happy Hanukkah and a Happy New Year!
  • Wishing you a joy-filled Hanukkah season!
  • Wishing you peace, joy, and love this Hanukkah and beyond!
  • May God bless you as you celebrate the Festival of Lights.
  • Wishing you peace, love, and joy this Hanukkah season.
  • “Light was the first thing God created. All growing things depend on light for life. God is the source of all life.” –Genesis 1:3
  • Thinking of you as you celebrate Hanukkah this year.
  • Warmest wishes to you and yours this Chanukah!
  • Wishing you light and laughter as you gather together.
  • Wishing you a peaceful and happy Chanukah.
  • All the best in the coming year.

Add in a personalized line such as:

  • Hope your family is doing well.
  • We hope to see you in the coming year.
  • Our family has enjoyed a wonderful year. Here’s hoping we can all get together this year!

End the note with warm sentiments. Sign your card with one of the following:

  • With love,
  • Gratefully,
  • Blessings,
  • God bless,
  • Peace,
  • Warmly,
  • Lots of love,
  • All our best,
  • Brightest blessings,
  • Peace and love,