Celebrate our heroes with Veterans Day sparklers! Every year on November 11th, people around the United States honor our heroes by observing Veterans Day. With a growing number of people using sparklers for Veterans Day, we have decided to make our product line available year-round so that everyone can join in the excitement.
While we generally promote our full line of wedding sparklers, sky lanterns, and wooden roses for use at weddings, we realized that there are several holidays, many of which are just as important as weddings; that can be enhanced by the beauty and excitement that sparklers offer. For this reason, we are now offering Veterans Day sparklers as part of our collection.
A Brief History of Veterans Day
Veteran’s Day, also known as Armistice Day, has a rich history that dates back to 1918. On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, was declared between the Allied nations and Germany during World War II. In that era, World War II was known as “the Great War.” Celebrated and commemorated as “Armistice Day” beginning the following year, November 11th was officially recognized as a National holiday by the United States federal government in 1938. In the aftermath of World War II and the Korean War, Armistice Day became Veterans Day, which was deemed a National holiday dedicated to the veterans of all American wars.
How America Celebrates with Sparklers for Veterans Day
Veterans Day is widely observed and celebrated throughout America. There are several traditions associated with Veterans Day, and most of them involve being with or around war vets that you happen to know. Other traditions include attending a Veterans Day parade and gathering at large backyard barbecues to share in the splendor the is American freedom. The most recent tradition is using sparklers for Veterans Day, and the popularity of it is growing each year.
Similar to Independence Day, Memorial Day, and other patriotic holidays, many people use items such as American flags, Veterans Day sparklers, or even Uncle Sam costumes and hats to spice up the event. While these traditions will vary from family to family, everyone in America is sure to show their support, pride, and thanks to all of the veterans who have humbled us by defending the freedom, glory, and greatness that is the United States of America.