People associate color powder with the ancient Hindu festival of Holi, celebrated throughout the world today. That said, we’ve compiled a list of 5 holidays you can celebrate with color powder. Colorful holidays like the Fourth of July and Mardi Gras are obvious choices. People also love using color as a theme for Valentine’s Day, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve. Color powder is fun and makes for memorable and photogenic celebrations.
Fourth of July
People already love celebrating the Fourth of July with bursts of color to commemorate the “rocket’s red glare.” Of late, people have looked for safe alternatives to fireworks. Even when used properly, the loud noises can trigger traumatized people and harm animals. They also have adverse effects on wild animal behavior. Filling balloons with red, white, and blue color powder and popping them can satisfy the urge for loud noises in a way confined to the people present to hear them.
Valentine’s Day is all about the color red. People believe that Valentine’s Day is primarily about love, but it’s more about color. Get your friends and loved ones in the holiday spirit by throwing red and pink color powder with them. A one-on-one color war can also make a fun date if your Valentine is on the more adventurous side.
Christmas is another holiday celebrated with specific colors: red, green, and white. You can use color powder to fill homemade ornaments or color-powder balloons to spice up an outdoor Christmas event. A red and green color powder fun run is another popular Christmas-time celebration.
New Year’s Eve
New Year’s Eve is a time to go outside and have a big block party. People like to go out and drink in large crowds to ring in the new year. Fill up some spray bottles with gold and silver color powder or use color balloons to bring your celebration to the next level.
Mardi Gras should be considered the king of festivals. Whether it is beads, masks, costumes, or confetti, colors take center stage during Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras is a great opportunity to make use of color powder. Whether it is your party or you attend a festival, people celebrating Mardi Gras will welcome clouds of color powder as part of the celebration.
Get Your Color Powder Today
Get your color powder from our online inventory to plan for the next 5 holidays you can celebrate with color powder. Fourth of July, Easter, St. Patrick’s Day, and many more holidays make color powder relevant year-round. You can stock up on bulk color powder, squeeze bottles, and more exciting things like powder-filled extinguishers. Make your next celebration more colorful with some Color Powder Supply color powder.