Across cultures, there's a multitude of ways we humans lovingly remember the dead. In predominantly Christian countries, All Saints' Day is celebrated on November 1, followed by All Souls' Day on the 2nd of November — although fond families flock to cemeteries on both days.
Mexicans around the world celebrate the Day of the Dead, or Día de Los Muertos, as part of a three-day commemoration which usually starts on October 31st and ends on November 2nd. Contrary to many other cultural norms, Día de Los Muertos is a happy, colorful holiday, full of food, music, family, and friends. It's about the joy of remembering those who aren't physically present.
While October ended with a fun and spooky Halloween collection, we're not about to forget the more somber holidays that follow. As we start this fresh new month of November, here are some All Saints' Day- and Día de Los Muertos-themed graphics for you! Use these to let the world know that you're celebrating a holiday of sweet remembrance.
Cheers to all our folks who are gone, but not forgotten.