May Day Party

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May Day falls on May 1 each year. Why not celebrate with a May Day Party?

The earliest May Day celebrations can be traced to the festival of Flora, who was the Roman Goddess of flowers. It is celebrated as the beginning of spring, and is a bank holiday in some countries.

In Hawaii, it is known as lei day! So, don a lei if you wish for this spring party!

When celebrating May Day, the most important thing is... Flowers Flowers Flowers!! A flower party is a must.

Some ideas for making your May Day Celebration special:

  • Make flower crowns

  • Dance around a maypole

  • Croquet

  • Make door knob baskets, filled with flowers

  • Make your party a flower filled brunch.
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