How do you usually celebrate Kwanzaa? For those who are not accustomed to this feast, Kwanzaa is a week-long US occasion that commemorates African heritage in African-American culture. This year it starts on December 26, 2012 and continuing on to January 1, 2013. There are many customs and traditions involved in the Kwanzaa celebration which symbolizes the core principles that this event honors: unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity, and faith. Indeed, this is another time to take out those attractive and stylish promo holiday ornaments and use them as decorations for the celebration.
Of course, aside from decorations you need to consider using products that stand for the symbols of Kwanzaa. This way, you can make the celebration more authentic and real. Do you know what those are? Here are some that should make the cut:
One of the main symbols of Kwanzaa is the Kinara or candle holder. This symbolizes the roots of the continental Africans. Thus, promo candles mounted on candle holders should be present on a Kwanzaa feast. Make sure to buy the right candle colors.
2. Unity Cup
The Kikombe cha Umoja or the unity cup serves as the reminder for one of the core principles of this occasion. If you don’t have an intricate or ornate cup to use for the feast, you can also use substitutes like promotional cups made in the USA and pour out champagne or wine in them. It would then be handy to have one of those custom bottle openers with you when you do this.
The Zawadi or gifts symbolize parents’ love for their children as well as their children’s promise or commitment to honor them in return. Make your Kwanzaa gifts memorable this year by using personalized packaging to wrap them up. Add a touch of your personality so your recipients will remember you always as they use your gifts.
Aside from Christmas, Kwanzaa is indeed the time to celebrate a significant event of this country’s heritage. Let us make the most out of this time. Take some time to prepare your Kwanzaa feast and make the occasion special for you and your loved ones. Enjoy the holidays again!
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