How to Celebrate Christmas the Old-Fashion Way?

Posted on December 06 2016

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If you’d sit down and look back in the history, you’d find that there are many Christmas traditions that have gradually lost. Why so? The lifestyles changed and so did the traditions and meanings of the various aspects of the holiday. Well, if you still want to celebrate the day with the same old enthusiasm and zest, this is the right place.

This blog would take you back in time where celebrations were more joyous and where everyone participated. You can even celebrate the holiday in an old-school way with these steps.

1.Decorations
The very first thing that made us realize that Christmas was around the corner were the decorations. It is the one thing that brings about happiness within that the makes it to be the best month of the year. Decorating Christmas tree is the most important aspect of them all. People long ago used to make ornaments using the various raw materials like fig leaves, pines and more to hang on the real evergreen trees. Eventually, the real trees were replaced by the fake ones and finally, you have Christmas trees that are pre-decorated and need nothing to done.

You must start to make small handicraft items like gift boxes, stars, balls, paper candles and a lot more that can be hanged on the branches of the tree.

2.Baking and making
Another aspect that has become unremembered now is the practice of baking and making eatables at home. In the earlier times, families used to start the preparations a month before the actual day. Soaking of the dry fruits in rum, chopping of the ginger peels, buying raw materials to prepare the variety of eatables and more is done in advance. Nowadays, families outsource the entire baking thing to the baker in order to avoid the time taking procedure. However, coming together and making all the sumptuous treats had its own happy feeling.

Plan in advance, bring together your entire family and distribute their parts in the preparations. Bake together and let the fragrance of freshly baked cakes fill your home and hearts. It is must-do for you all.

3.Exchanging gifts over supper
In the old times, families and friends used to meet for a get together on the Christmas day for supper and fellowship. The family who hosted the gathering would prepare a lavish supper for all guests and would plan an enjoyable evening so that no one gets bored. As the tradition, all the guests and the hosts would exchange gifts among themselves and would also step out to give presents to the needy people. Now it is more of an internal affair and people have gone choosy.

What you can do here is that you can give smaller and less expensive gifts to your family and friends at home and move out to bring a smile to others faces as well. There are so many options of gifts available online these days from toys, souvenirs, men’s underwear styles, outfits to a lot more.

These traditions are to be passed on to the future generation to keep up the Christmas spirit.

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