Wassailing and Twelfth Night

Wassailing often occurred during the Twelve Days of Christmas, culminating around Twelfth Night. Wassailers would go from house to house, singing carols, and offering good wishes for the household’s prosperity in exchange for food and drink. The beverage shared during wassailing was also called “wassail” and was typically a spiced ale or mulled cider.

Twelfth Night marks the end of the Christmas season with the removal of Christmas decorations being common practice.

Clearing out and decluttering after Twelfth Night can be a great way to start preparing your home for sale. Remove Christmas decorations, streamline decor, and organize spaces to present a clean, decluttered and inviting atmosphere. A well-presented and clutter-free space can make a positive impression on potential buyers.

Wassailing & 12th Night
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