10+ Autumn Flyer Designs & Templates – PSD, AI


Autumn is such a wonderful season. It’s a season that paves the way for the transition from summer to winter. It’s also called fall because of how trees start to shed their leaves, causing them to “fall” down to the ground. It usually occurs in September, when the days are shorter and the nights are longer. The red, yellow and brown leaves are beautiful and ethereal. It’s a sign of change and a wonderful welcome of what’s about to come. You may also like festival flyers.

Along with the beauty of the autumn are festivals that are celebrated around the world. People go to these festivals to celebrate and loosen up. These celebrations need to be promoted to gain more attention to the public. Flyers are an effective method for quick advertising when the need arises. You may also like beautiful flyer templates.

Autumn flyers are bright to look at. The colors are vibrant and uplifting. If you plan to hold a festival and you want to advertise through flyers, check out our template collection. You may also like event flyer samples.

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Different Fall Festivals Worldwide

Autumn is a good season to celebrate festivals. As the leaves change and start to fall, these festivals are there to go along with the season. Wherever it may be, there’s always a good reason to celebrate. These are some of the most widely known celebrations held in autumn. You may also like vintage party flyers.

1. Halloween

Halloween has celebrated every October 31. It is believed that spirits return on this day to bring mischief to the people. This celebration comes from America and Canada, and has cemented itself as a global holiday. Children dress up in fancy costumes and go trick-or-treating, where they knock on houses and are given candies from the owner. Pumpkins are carved out into faces are lit up with a candle inside it. You may also like best party flyer templates.

2. Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead or Dia de Muertos in Spanish is observed in Mexican and other Latin American countries annually from October 31 to November 2. Contrary to Halloween, the Day of the Dead celebrates life instead of death. They believe death is part of a journey of a person’s life. This is the time where they remember their departed loved ones and keep their memories preserved. You may also like word flyer templates.

The Day of the Dead is filled with music and dancing. Altars are decorated and pictures of the departed ones are put in the center. Food is also put on the altar. Flowers, skulls, and butterflies are the symbols most commonly used in this festival. They believe the strong scent of the flowers will guide the dead to their homes. The skulls, which are made of sugar, are vibrantly decorated to symbolize the souls of the children who died. It is a reminder on the cycle of life. The butterflies are a symbol of the spirit of the departed. The 2017 Pixar animated movie Coco uses this holiday as a major element of its plot. You may also like revival flyers.

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3. Chuseok

Chuseok (read as choo-sok) is one of North and South Korea’s most important holidays. It celebrates harvest and abundance for three days every September. This coincides with the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar on the full moon. Chuseok takes place either at the end of summer or early autumn. Korean traditional food is prepared as Koreans pay a visit to their ancestral hometowns for the festival. They pay respect to their ancestors by holding formal ceremonies in their grave sites. Chuseok is also celebrated in China, Taiwan, and Japan.

4. Diwali

India celebrates Diwali every October. Diwali is a festival of lights, where Indians light up the interiors and exteriors of their houses to protect them against darkness. This symbolizes the victory of good over evil. Firework, home decorations, and prayers are some of the things done to celebrate Diwali. This festival is also celebrated in Singapore. You may also like dinner party flyers.

5. Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest is held in Munich, Germany for 16 to 18 days every year. It is the country’s biggest beer festival. Millions of people are welcomed every year with unlimited beer, traditional food, and music. There are also amusement rides and games for the visitors to enjoy. Oktoberfest has been celebrated for 200 years, and marked its bicentennial anniversary in 2010. You may also like BBQ party flyers.

6. Thanksgiving

Same as Chuseok in Korea, Thanksgiving is a festival of harvest celebrated in Canada and America. This festival originated in Europe. In America, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the last Thursday of November. In Canada, it is celebrated in early October. Turkey, sweet potatoes, and cranberries are usually prepared during the festival. You may also like summer party flyers.

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Interpretations of Autumn

The beauty of autumn has been interpreted in many ways possible. Many people say things about it that kind of makes sense when given a lot of thought. Autumn can give us so many emotions that we tend to romanticize it often. Listed below are some symbolism of autumn that we commonly hear and feel.

1. Transition

Autumn is literally the transition from summer to winter. This can be applied to life as well. When we are moving from one phase to another, we are adjusting ourselves to the new environment. The transition that we go through help us become better people. You may also like modern flyer templates.

2. Change

As the leaves change its colors during autumn, change is also one of the important things in our lives. We have to change something in us for the better. We also have to welcome change in our daily life to make room for something more fruitful. Change makes us see the brighter and better side of life, as well as teaching us lessons we could not learn anywhere. You may also like PSD flyer templates.

3. Letting go

Leaves fall in autumn. The season teaches us to let go of the things that are not meant for us. Letting go is a big part of our life, as everything and everyone just come and leaves. There is nothing we could hold on to forever. You may also like design flyers.

4. Calm before the storm

The winter that comes next can be quite harsh and destructive. Somehow the autumn seems like a warning sign of the calm before the storm. Just like in literature, films and in our lives, we know something is coming but we don’t exactly know what. You may also like interior design flyers.

Autumn is a great and cool time to spend with family and friends. Celebrations are abundant and if you are a business owner, make the most out of it. Have fun! You may also like Thanksgiving flyers.

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