Wednesday, 31 October is Hallowen.
Halloween, traditionally called All Hallows’ Eve, is celebrated on the evening before the Christian holy day of All Hallows’ Day or All Saints Day (November 1). Therefore, Halloween is always celebrated on October 31.
The origin of Halloween can be traced to the ancient Gaelic festival of Samhain meaning Summer’s End. This festival celebrated to mark the end of harvest time and the beginning of the “dark half” of the year.
Halloween is a great time to be coupled up. It means you can count on your partner to dress up with you for any costume parties you attend.
Here are some costume ideas for you and your boo.