Bastille Day Party Ideas

Bastille Day on 14th July is the National Holiday of France. This day commemorates the storming of the Bastille in 1789. The Bastille was a fortress prison in Paris and there were only seven inmates during the storming. The celebrations began in 1780, the year after the Revolution and were to signify peace. A parade takes place in Paris every year which began in 1880 and is the oldest and largest military parade in Europe. This is a televised event and a great opportunity to go along and show support waving a France Held Hand Flag. There are also many other public events as well as family picnics, dinners and get-togethers.

France Hand Held Flag                                         France  Flag 5ft x 3ft with eyelets for hanging

If you are not in France to celebrate Bastille Day do not worry we have loads of Bastille Day party products to bring the atmosphere of France to you. If you are having a Bastille Day themed party we have fantastic Bastille Day decoration ideas, suitable for any venue, to get your party going and add to the mood. Typical French decorations such as France Bunting, a French Flag and a large Eiffel Tower Cutout are popular choices.  French themed cutouts of France really create a traditional feel along with France themed accessories. Wearing characteristic accessories for a Bastille Day Party adds a real element of fun and a Frenchman Moustache, an Onion Garland and a Beret are perfect. With all of these Bastille Day Party Supplies and the option of a France Decoration Pack you will have all you need to celebrate Bastille Day and impress your guests with the effort that you have made.

Eiffel Tower Large Cardboard Cut-Out                                      French Cutouts Of France Printed On Both Sides 40.64cm (3 In A Pack)

With all of this to choose from take advantage of our delivery options to get all of your French themed products in time for Bastille Day.

Frenchman Moustache                                   Onion Garland Frenchman French Parisian

How will you be commemorating Bastille Day?


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