People also ask
When should you take down your Christmas decorations?
Well, depending on which Christian calendar you follow, the 5th or 6th of January could be the answer. When should you take your Christmas decorations down? Most of the tradition around the taking down of Christmas decorations is centered around the tree because, back in the day, that was likely the only decoration.
How have Christmas decorations changed over the years?
In modern times, Christmas decorations have got bigger and twinklier and spread all over the inside and outside our homes. In terms of wider decorations 鈥?like lights in our gardens 鈥?there are less dictating traditions.
When should you take your Christmas tree down?
When to take your Christmas tree down is all dependant on when you start counting the ’12 Days of Christmas’, if you’re going by tradition. The Church of England counts from Christmas Day, so the Twelfth Night always falls on 5th January.
Why does the Queen keep her decorations up until February?
The reason behind the monarch keeping her decorations up until February is to mark the death of her father, King George VI on 6th February 1952. Fans of The Crown will recall his death is featured in season one of the hit Netflix period drama. The official date for the rest of us is much earlier.