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American Christmas Tradition

Every year more than 400 million people around the world celebrate the holiday known as Christmas. known the American Christmas tradition

Posted By- Khyati Rathod | Posted On - Nov 27, 2019

Christmas is a holiday that is packed with a rich tradition and history. Every year more than 400 million people around the world celebrate the holiday known as Christmas. Many people who don’t embrace the religious aspect of Christmas that enjoy decorating a tree, exchanging gifts. Here are a few of the more popular Christmas traditions that explain their origin and how to celebrate this beautiful Christmas day.



The holiday is celebrated around the globe by many diverse peoples and in various ways, there are some of the traditions that are uniquely American. Americans tend to watch a movie and special programs around the Christmas holiday time. These special shows provide a chance to relax and get in a holiday mood during what can be a stressful time of year.

Some of the favorites include “A charlie brown Christmas”, “it’s a wonderful life”, “the Christmas story”, “Elf” and  “a miracle on 34th street” in addition to these older films, Hollywood usually opens blockbuster films during this time of the year with hopes that Americans will be in the mood to go to the movie. As you can plan your holiday schedule, keep watching these greate movies, enjoy fire-side chatting, and continue eating popcorn. 


The Christmas Tree

At any festival, a decorated tree is usually one of the first decorated signs that the Christmas holiday has arrived. These evergreen trees may be natural or artificial and are decorated with all types of bubbles, lights, garland, and ornaments to suit each family or organization’s particular taste. Well, we do know that there were reports of evergreen trees being decorated in Estonia and Latvia as early as the 15th century. A Christmas tree decorating party is always a great idea for holiday fun. Invite each guest to bring along a unique ornament and have fun with light fare as you trim the Christmas evergreen. Tree decoration is the best activity in the Christmas holiday season. This lightning decoration is a kid's best activity that done all the kids done with joy.



Candy Canes

That delicious candy treats date back as far as 1670. The popular account is that a choirmaster wished to quite the children in this church, Cologne Cathedral, during their yearly living church tradition each Christmas Eve. he specified that they should have a crook at the top of each stick, to remind the children of the shepherds who visited the baby Jesus. He also specified that he should use the white color in order to teach the children about Christianity and remind them, Jesus' seamless life. 

A candy cane’s peppermint recipe was first published in 1844, and it was first mentioned in a work of this is in 1866. The earliest machine of the candy cane is filed by the Bunte brothers of Chicago, in the year of 1920. The candy cane is a popular alternative to bulbs and ornaments for a Christmas tree decorations in America. 


Gift Giving

In any of the festivals, gift-giving is one of the main traditions that all the kids, youngsters and adults love them. The gift-giving with Christmas goes back to the original Christmas when the Magi brought gifts to the Christ child.  Today those who celebrate Christmas like a carry on the tradition of giving. As you buy gifts and give during Christmas, do so in the spirit of etiquette and the golden rule of doing unto others as you would have them to do unto you.


Christmas Cards

Sending and receiving Christmas cards is a great way to communicate with friends and loved ones who live far away. They let people know that you are thinking of them and hoping for their best during the Christmas holiday season. Within the United States of America, there are more than two billion Christmas cards are exchanged annually. 

Christmas is the number one card selling holiday of the year. The phenomenon that began around 1822 in America caused the superintendent of mails to declare that he would have to hire an additional sixteen mailmen in order to handle the handmade Christmas greetings. By the year 1843, London was producing and selling commercialized Christmas cards most of these cards were costly. Regardless, most people loved the idea and Christmas cards are still immensely popular to date. Don’t forget to mail your special handwritten greetings for that extra personal touch. You might want to buy some extra cards to send when you remember people you forget to put on your list. Give some advance wishes to your loved ones to make them special.

In this Christmas season especially kids love greetings, Christmas gifts, Christmas cards, and many more that loved it in this special season. So give them a special surprise. Buy this tradition you can give a special moment to your special person in your life. Hurry up make your Christmas special.

Merry Christmas....!!! :-)