The Winter Solstice & the Decorative Tradition of Hanging Lights on Evergreen Fir Trees
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Today is the winter solstice, representing not only the shortest day of the year (or longest night of the year), but also an opportunity for us to reflect on the significance of gathering spaces and a reminder of why we love what we do.
For centuries and prior to the association of decorated trees with the Christian religious holiday of Christmas, societies throughout Europe often gathered evergreen fir branches to decorate their homes and brighten their spirits during the winter solstice. The evergreen trees would act as a reminder that spring is around the corner and that brighter, warmer days are ahead.
Fast forward to now, this tradition has evolved to include the decorative traditions of hanging lights around fir trees and living spaces to lift spirits during these cold, short days of the year.
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For best practices and safety tips, be sure to check out our Ultimate Guide to Holiday Lighting by clicking the link below:
Blais Electric - Ultimate Guide to Holiday Lighting
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