International Fairy Day
International Fairy Day is celebrated on June 24 of every year. International Fairy Day honours Fantasy, imagination and a little bit of pixie dust come collectively. These tiny mythical creatures have captivated myth and legend for generations. Today the wee folk’s stories are immortalized throughout animated stories, little field displays, and children’s books. There are the brownies and fairies that barely favored the delightful looking fairies depicted in film and art today. They were, though, helpful little beings, doing household tasks and the wearisome jobs that leave us mere humans fatigued at the end of the day.
“I love fairy tales because of their haunting beauty and magical strangeness. They are set in worlds where anything can happen. Frogs can be kings, a thicket of brambles can hide a castle where a royal court has lain asleep for a hundred years, a boy can outwit a giant, and a girl can break a curse with nothing but her courage and steadfastness.” – Kate Forsyth
History of International Fairy Day
In his 1904 play Peter Pan, J.M. Barrie drafted that when the first baby laughed, the laugh broke into numerous pieces, and that was the beginning of demons. Fairy Day is the perfect opportunity to relive your childhood fantasies and admire the joy and magic of the fairy world. Read a typical fairy tale, build a fairy house, and take a stroll through the woods. You never know when you might pitch across something magical. Fairy Day has survived in just about every art over the world, by different names. It is that they are spirits that inhabit the world around us and often operate by foreign and often odd laws. That’s where the connections end, and where the amazingly diverse theories that are the face begin.
Other Celebrations on June 24
June 24 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate International Fairy Day
Celebrate the International Fairy Day by taking part in one of the many festivals and celebrations that have formed throughout the world to honour these mythical creatures. One can have a little celebration at home by having a fairy thought the party with your friends and family. Celebrate this charmed time with some of the favourite fairies like garden projects, recipes, and costumes. You can use the hashtag #FairyDay to post on social media.