Sky Lanterns: Beautiful and biodegradable

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Symbolizing good fortune and prosperity, the launching of sky lanterns is a highly anticipated activity during many events across the world, especially in Asian countries. They are believed to have originated from China and are traditionally linked to East Asian culture. Today, they are best known for their alluring presence at major festivals across the world.

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From Lanna Yi Peng festival in Thailand to Halloween celebrations in the U.S., people launch their lanterns in unison to enjoy the spectacular night view. Sky lanterns have become more popular with children at carnivals. Use of sky lanterns is not just limited to the Lantern Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival but they are also used during New Year eves, anniversaries and birthdays.

Sky Lanterns are made from rice paper and other biodegradable elements, so they are very eco-friendly. You can always celebrate your important events in a unique and special way by releasing sky lanterns.

Previously, sky lanterns were used as a tradition during wedding or by army troops to send signals, but now their popularity is growing with children at carnivals. Thousands of sky lanterns are released to celebrate New Year in China or Diwali festival in India. Today, they are used in celebrations such as New Year and Halloween in the Western world.

Sky lanterns are traditionally used as a part of festivities and everyday celebrations with a firm belief that they bring luck and happiness. People believe that the higher the lanterns float, the more likely the deities will receive your wishes.

There are many other types of fireworks that you can buy for your wedding. You can buy smoke bombs to add sound, light, and color to your wedding celebration. Smoke bombs provide exciting entertainment which is enjoyed both by the adults and the children. Gerbs, waterfalls, and star mines are some other types of fireworks that you can buy for your wedding.

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Sky Lanterns: Beautiful and biodegradable, Seekyt
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Janice is a writer from Chicago, IL. She created the "simple living as told by me" newsletter with more than 12,000 subscribers about Living Better and is a founder of Seekyt.