Festivals are a time for fireworks. All of our festivals and fireworks have been cancelled and we wonder if the fireworks part will return. They have been falling out of favour these last few years, and they are prohibitively expensive.
With C19, they may end up a thing of the past and not as a way of celebrating things like the 25th anniversary of the Canadian flag (I don't actually remember this celebration?)
Fun fact: fireworks festivals in Japan started in 1733 after a really bad year due to cholera, crop failures and starvation. The festival was meant to memorialize the victims and to pray for an end to the epidemic. so not really a celebration. sadly, I have no Japanese fireworks stamps
So many students are graduating at this time of year with few celebrations except online (I'm seeing many lawn signs, which is nice)
Confetti has been a traditional way of celebrating the happy couple at their wedding - though that is now frowned upon - it does make an unholy mess.
I suppose ribbons are still okay. I do love a beautifully beribboned present
for Sunday Stamps - celebrations