Creative Ideas: 4 Memorial Day Celebration Ideas

Since the Memorial Day is the last Monday in May, it serves as an introduction to the fresh vibes of summer. This day is a great time for taking rest from your work, and spending quality time with your beloved ones. It is not only limited to these activities, but actually the importance of this day is implied in the time we take to express our gratitude for those who have lost their lives serving this country, and giving us the chance to live as peacefully as we are today. We might be the closest to freedom we’ve ever been because of these sacrificed soul, so let us not forget them while we are gratefully celebrating this day among our family and friends. Here, we provide you with some ideas to help you rejoice this day.

1 Celebrate It The Traditional Way


BBQ’s actually play a great role on Memorial Day. So, here’s the most known way for celebrating this day; you gather your family members and your closest friends, and start throwing BBQ’s party and chilling around. That is, in fact, a nice holiday for spending time with your own family and socializing with your friends, especially if you are too busy to ever get time for having social life.

2 You Don’t Have To Be Alone


Spectators witness the Parade of Colors at the National Memorial Day Observance at Arlington National Cemetery in 2013. Each year, for both Memorial Day and Veterans Day, observances at the cemetery, veterans and military service organizations are invited to participate in a Parade of Colors. A two-person team from the organizations marches into the amphitheater, one carrying the organizational flag and the other the American flag. It is a tradition that dates back to 1948. (U.S. Army photo)
The U.S. Air Force Honor Guard marches during the National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C., May 25, 2015. The National Memorial Day Parade was first launched in 2005 by the American Veterans Center in Washington, and this year Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III served as the grand marshal. Welsh also honored American Veterans by attending a wreath laying ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery. (U.S. Air Force photo/Scott M. Ash)

If you are on your own, and do not really have someone to celebrate this day with, 4.marches, so why don’t you go out attend one of them, and see how your town is celebrating this day.

3 Balloon Fireworks


It is not the fourth of July yet, so there will be no fireworks, but the good news is that you get some balloons and fill them with streamers of papers and metallic glittery materials, and get ready for the big explosion. Fill your house with these balloons and invite your friends over, and if you have any children, they are really going to enjoy this. There may be a lot of housework waiting for you when the party is over, but it is worth the fun.

4 Decoration Says It All


Let us take into consideration the anti-gathering person that you are, and provide you with an idea that suits your personality. If you are not into inviting people over your house, throwing a party or even going to one, or even attending a Parade, but still wants to show gratitude for all of our lost soldiers, then decorating your house in red, white and blue, along with dressing up your porch and yard will actually do.

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