We can’t believe the holidays are around the corner! As the weather starts getting colder and the decorations start lining the shelves in the stores, everyone has gift giving on the mind. Where are we going to shop? Could Mom use a new scarf for Christmas? What should I bring to the first night of Hanukkah? Who should I send a holiday card to this year? And what if people need interfaith cards?
Inside Greeting: “May the happy celebrations of this joyful
time of year bring many special moments to you and those
you love. Happy Holidays”
What exactly is interfaith? Interfaith involves people of different religious faiths. And are there specific greeting cards for that? Don’t worry, The Greeting Card Shop has got you covered. We have a handful of interfaith cards! They are perfect for families who celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah. Now, one can celebrate both without losing the traditions of either!
This year, Hanukkah falls on November 28th, and Christmas is 27 days away. This poses the question – When should interfaith cards be sent? We recommend sending them in the mail between November 22-24th, right before Thanksgiving. This ensures that your card arrives on the first night of Hanukkah!
Inside Greeting: “…to you!
Enjoy Your Holidays”
As far as Christmas is concerned, there are many people who put their Christmas tree up on November 1st. (Okay, okay, maybe not that early.) Traditionally, the day after Thanksgiving is a safe bet for Christmas tree decor. With that being said, it’s safe to say an early Christmas card is perfectly okay. People love to display their Christmas cards all season long!
Families have tons of different traditions that they celebrate each holiday season. Perhaps their traditions stem from their childhood, or maybe they created new traditions as they merged both faiths together. With that in mind, it is okay if your card arrives on any day of Hanukkah’s eight crazy nights. This ensures your interfaith card will arrive in a timely fashion for both holidays.
Inside Greeting: “…and Menorah Christmas
to you, too!”
As you can see, there’s no right or wrong time to send out an interfaith greeting card. Your recipients will admire you for thinking of them no matter what. The fact that you went out of your way to include both parts of their holiday celebrations, they will appreciate your sweet sentiments.
Be sure to browse The Greeting Card Shop’s selection of interfaith cards and schedule your greeting cards to ensure a timely delivery and stress-free holiday shopping experience. Enjoy a FREE stamp on each personalized greeting card from now until the new year. No code required!
TRADITIONS AND TOGETHERNESS
Inside Greeting: “May the season’s spirit
of tradition and togetherness join you and
those you love in heritage and heart.
Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year”
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