Decorating With Candy Day is an annual American holiday dedicated to decorating the home with candy. It prolongs the festive mood of the New Year, and also prepares us for the warmth and sensuality of Valentine’s Day, which will come very soon. Celebrated on February 1st.
Decorating With Candy Day allows you to create a cozy and even fabulous atmosphere in the house.
Sweets were created several millennia ago. In the ancient world, they were prepared by mixing honey with berries and nuts. Sugar candy was invented by the Greeks in the 3rd century AD. In its modern form, sweets became available only in the 16th century. Over the past centuries, they have been repeatedly refined, new varieties have appeared.
Lollipops began to be made in the 17th century in Germany. Such treats quickly acquired festive status and can often be seen on the tables during the New Year and Christmas. Lollipops are made on a caramel basis, to which natural fruit or berry juices and confectionery spices are added.
- The biggest candy is the Hagi-boy jelly bear. Its height is 168 cm, and its weight is 633 kg.
- German psychologists correlate the preferred candy fillings with the characteristics of each person. So decisive people prefer cherry filling, creative people prefer coconut filling, romantic people prefer strawberry filling.
How to celebrate
Enjoy the taste of your favorite candies in Decorating With Candy Day. Decorate the interior with a variety of sweets. Arrange chocolates on the shelves, you can prepare various desserts, which can be decorated with multi-colored candies on top. Do it with your kids, they will definitely love this activity!
Tell about the holiday on social networks. Find out from other users which candies they like the most. Exchange a photo of your decorated home.
When is Decorating With Candy Day celebrated in 2024?
Decorating With Candy Day is observed on February 1 each year.