Decoration Concepts of Victorian Christmas
It might be surprising to us, but history tells us that in the early 19th century, Christmas was hardly celebrated anywhere. There was literally no concept of a
CHRISTMAS IN GREAT BRITAIN In Britain, Christmas Day is normally spent at home, with the family, and it is regarded as a celebration of the family. Preparations start with the sending of Christmas cards and installation of a decorated Christmas tree in an important place in the home. The tradition of the Christmas tree was introduced in 1840 by Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert, who was born in Germany. Some houses are decorated with evergreens (plants which don't lose their leaves in…
How Both Sweet and Savoury Puddings Have Evolved From Medieval Times to Present.
The Christmas pudding is known the world over as a rich sweet accompaniment to a traditional roast Christmas dinner. It has, however, evolved over the decades from meat,fish and fruit pudding.