What does confetti represent?
Partying and celebrations
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Confetti cake or icing is usually white with colorful sprinkles mixed in.
Spaghetti, Lettie, Betty, jetty, Nettie, petty, and Yeti.
You merely shred paper into tiny bits.
Confetti is the tiny bits of paper dropped from the ceiling onto a large party of people during birthdays, weddings, TV finales, sports championships, etc. However, in Ital…y from whence the word hails, confetti are sugared almonds in paper sachets given out to guests at weddings.
You can find bath confetti in the bath aisles of your local stores if they still sell them, seasonal aisles of stores if they sell Valentines day items, online, or which ever …place sells spa related items.
Confetti was actually first used in Paris in 1891. Someone was taking down the decorations after a party at a really big theatrical revue called "le Casino de Paris" They deci…ded to cut up the decorations and drop them on the guests the next evening. No one had seen Confetti before and were enthralled to the point of giddiness. Within 4 Years Confetti was being made by machine and being sold all over the world.
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Confetti Girl is a realistic fiction.
The poem is about the terrorist attacks that took place in Belfast. It is a very complex poem that when analysed makes sense.
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
In English to French
confetti is spelled the same in French. It is a masculine noun.
In Synonyms and Antonyms
bomb blast everything breaking and flying around
In English Spelling and Pronunciation
Confetti is the correct spelling.
In Food & Cooking
Confetti cake is cake that has candy in it that looks like confetti so its still able to be eaten