Stay At Home Bonfire Night: How To Make The Most Of The Celebrations

Stay At Home Bonfire Night: How To Make The Most Of The Celebrations

Remember, remember the 5th of November. It’s that time of year when we wrap up warm and watch firework displays illuminate the dark night sky but like most things this year, bonfire night will be different. For what to eat, drink and do for the most Insta-grammable fireworks night gathering at home, explore our curated edit below.


Create your own toffee apple station placing apples whole or sliced on a tray with kebab sticks through them whole. Then set up your dipping bowls of toffee, chocolate and more. Finally, an assortment of coverings are needed, be honeycomb or sprinkles. This snack option doubles up as an activity for all.

We have all become the masters of decorating balconies and gardens this year and now it’s time to get creative with some winter wonderland inspired outside seating. We recommend buying barrels of hay or straw bales and placing them in your garden or patio. To give it that rustic look, add some rugs and blankets over the top. Arrange them around a fire pit or cover them in fairy lights and you have the perfect place to view your fireworks and relax with a few glasses of mulled wine to drink.

Make Your Evening Sparkle with one of the best things about Bonfire night, sparklers of course. No matter how old you are, the amazement of drawing your name in the dark never fails to impress. But, how do you set apart your sparklers from the rest? It’s all in the details. Put them in jars wrapped in fairy lights and place them around your outside seating area so they are easily accessible and decorative at the same time.

Now you’re all set for the perfect stay at home Bonfire Night, shop our range of outerwear for those all-important layers.

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