Get ready for Summer Ball! You’ve worked hard all year (partied hard too) and now that the summer has arrived, it’s time to relax and celebrate the end of another school year. The Student Ball for Bournemouth University students is the perfect way for you and your mates to let your hair down and have a silly themed night. With...
Celebrate in style with the Mexican Day of the Dead! Get inspired by the gorgeous sugar skulls and stunning displays this Dia De Los Meurtos. What is Day of the Dead? The Mexican Day of the Dead Festival is an annual celebration where people gather to celebrate their lost loved ones and light candles in their memory. This year the festivities will fall between 31st October and 2nd November. Day of the Dead has become a celebration worldwide with many people joining in the festivities. The bizarre and macabre nature seems to appeal to many walks of life, especially due to it falling over Halloween or All Hallows Eve. Unlike Halloween Dia De Los Meurtos is all about family, friends and religion and not about doing your best to scare people! In Mexico they believe that the gates of heaven are opened for one night so that the dead may reunite with them for one more day. Altars and offerings are made to the spirits including flowers, fruit, nuts, coca and water. Continue reading →