El Dia de los Muertos is a deep-rooted special day originally celebrated by Mexican people to honor and remember the ones who have departed. It is also literally well-known as the Day of the Dead celebration. On this special day, families and friends will gather and pray. As part of this long tradition, there definitely will be the el Dia de los Muertos decorations as well. The Day of the Dead is annually celebrated on November 2nd. However, you will already see those celebrating people will start to apply el Dia de los Muertos decorations even several days before, more especially from October 31st for the Halloween and November 1st for “el Dia de los innnocentes” or the day of the children and All Saints Day. The most prominent and essential symbol for this day is calaveras or skulls which signifies the departed soul. Therefore, you will find various creative decorations based on this basic icon. Some of those examples for el Dia de los Muertos decorations are colorful skulls for candle holders, intricate carved decorative skulls, skulls or skeletons wall decorations, paper banners and garlands, and many more.