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What Would be the Most Popular Holiday
Flags are not just for pride in our countries any more - many people are deciding to display them
for holidays and other special events, too. Meaning that there's a wide variety of holiday flags
accessible, from Valentine's Day and Easter flags to Thanksgiving and Christmas, and
everything that comes between. Here are a few of the options you will find in the most popular
holiday flags on the industry.
New Year's Flags are getting more popular, and
tend to be mostly celebration oriented. Some could
be reused year after year, while others have the
date printed or sewn on them. You could also see
patriotic New Year's flags, featuring the Stars and
Stripes in a variety of arrangements. It is possible
to order customized flags and select from many
sizes and colours. For different cultures that don't
celebrate the traditional January 1st New Year,
there continue to be New Year's flags. Chinese
New Year flags and ones for other civilizations are
Valentine's Day Flags are flown in early
February, once thought to be the beginning of
birds' mating season. Hearts are an ever popular
choice, but you'll see Cupid flags, balloon patterns,
arrows and roses. For those who want to fly a
seasonal flag but aren't happy about the holiday,
there are broken heart flags. You'll see Valentine's
day flags at parties, on homes, or even in a restaurant for the occasion.
St. Patrick's Day Flags are also popular. They come in every shade of green, and feature
emblems and designs that people associate with the Irish. That means you'll see pots of gold and
leprechauns, rainbows, shamrocks, and other symbols, as well as the Irish National flag. These
flags will be flown both inside and outside, in parades on St. Patrick's day, on people's homes,
and in pubs and bars.
Easter Flags are another popular choice, whether they're secular or religious. You'll see rabbits
and chicks, Easter eggs, lilies, spring items and other symbols on flags. These are fun flags to
display at kids' parties, or just because you're pleased to see Spring. For people who prefer a
solid religious statement, crosses along with other
more traditional Easter symbols are also available for
screen. They will remind passers by that Easter is not
just about chocolate.
Flags for its Fourth of July will also be available. Not
all these are just the American flag. You can discover
various historical variations of this flag, in addition to
fireworks flags, flags together with the Stars and
Stripes in different arrangements, and other patriotic
designs to fly.
Thanksgiving Flags are seeing a rise in popularity,
both indoors and outdoors. You'll find flags with
pilgrims, the Mayflower, and indigenous Americans
on these, flags featuring the cornucopia or other fall
harvest symbols, scarecrows, turkeys, and a lot of
flags with meals layouts. These can be seen through Thanksgiving Day parades, or merely on the
front porches of individuals that are enjoying their Thanksgiving dinner.
Christmas is a season for flags, too. Like Easter, it has developed its own secular symbols, in
addition to the religious ones. That means you'll see spans and nativity flags, in addition to holly
and ivy. You will see Christmas tree flags, candy cane flags, Santa and his reindeer, snowmen,
Christmas lights, and lots more.