El Dia de los Muertos.
It feels authentic...real...passionate - and I have to admit a little bit scary (but cool.)
A national holiday in Mexico, the Day of the Dead begins on midnight of October 31 and ends November 2nd. Focusing on gathering friends and family to remember those who have departed, it is truly a happy celebration of life.
The traditions and customs are not universal. Some people believe possessing an item featuring Day of the Dead artwork will bring them good luck. Many have tattoos, dolls or artwork to represent the spiritual journey.
Gaining popularity as a non-traditional wedding theme, couples are embracing the deep-rooted heritage and emphasis on "til death do us part," and creating a most colorful celebration.
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