Hufflepuff Pride Day
Hufflepuff Pride Day is observed next on Monday, March 20th, 2023 (51 days from today).
History of Hufflepuff Pride Day
The founder of the Hufflepuff household was well-known with the name: Helga Hufflepuff, who was born in Wales in the 10th century. Helga helped to found Hogwarts with her friends. Her family is defined not by how smart, wise, or brave they are, but by their willingness to learn. They are easily spotted when they show patience and a penchant for justice.
Valuing loyalty, honesty, and fairness, Helga has made it her place to help bring witches and wizards together, regardless of their background. On a small but equally important note, her kindness was also reflected in her actions throughout her life, when she became the first witch to bring the elves to life in the house to Hogwarts and give them a home, safe from abuse and mistreatment.
Hufflepuff Pride Day is known through the Pottermore website and it is a way to show the honor the house. The Pottermore website, designed by author J.K. Rowling, who wrote the novels and was the assistant of director of the Harry Potter series.
People around the world who are fans of the Wizarding World express their pride in their families by wearing the colors of their homes and celebrating with friends and family that they love the Harry universe. How Potter.
Along with Slytherin, Gryffindor and Ravenclaw, the Hufflepuff household is a place where everyone can cheer on their athletes, have passionate cooking nights in the kitchen and share a strong spirit of dedication in everything.
How to Celebrate Hufflepuff Pride Day
Have you had any ideas for Hufflepuff Pride Day? It is a creative opportunity to celebrate Hufflepuff Pride and all things Harry Potter, such as:
- Wear colored Hufflepuff homeware
One way to make sure the Hufflepuff family is appreciated is to wear Harry Potter merchandise or costumes that represent it. Many well-known stores and brands have designs specifically for HP fans. Moreover, everyone can design their clothes by themselves to wear every day to show off their special Hufflepuff pride.
- Read (or Re-Read) Harry Potter Books
Whether it's the first time or has been read several times now, Hufflepuff Pride Day is a great reminder that it's time to re-read the Harry Potter series. With seven full books in the magic series, it's an enjoyable, light-hearted experience and tends to grow with the characters in the books.
- Hufflepuff Party
To show love for the Hufflepuff family, why do not hold a small party with friends and binge-watch the Harry Potter movies! Of course, the decorations should be yellow and black. Dress may be required. Quidditch is clearly a game of choice. And food? Well, sausages, kippers, toast with marmalade, tarts, bacon and fried tomatoes! Just like what is eaten in beloved stories.
- Spend some time in nature
As a nod to Hufflepuffs' favorite pastime, this would be a great day to spend time outdoors. The Hufflepuffs family is a complete worship of nature, which is for a reason because they are represented by the element of earth.
And when they're in the common room and can't go out? The book describes it as an open and airy space, surrounded by trees, designed to make occupants feel as though they are outdoors.
- Watch Harry Potter Movies
JK Rowling's entire series consists of eight feature-length films, so it would be quite a long way to see them all together.
Some movies that many Hufflepuff fans might love such as Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. This 2004 film stars Robert Pattinson as Cedric Diggory, the captain of the Hufflepuff household Quidditch team and the guy who has proven himself to be extremely fair and loyal, protecting Harry (eventually even even from outside the grave).
- Create an online Harry Potter account
Hufflepuff Pride Day is about going out to celebrate all things of the household that make it unique and different! For those unsure of who their household is, it's easy to create an account on the Pottermore website and see which accounts pop up.
How to Know If You’re a Hufflepuff
Some themes come to life when applied to certain people. Consider these traits to see who is or isn't a good fit for the Hufflepuff family.
You know you're a Hufflepuff when….
- Even though you're tired like fudge and all the other capable people around, you keep doing what you started until it's over.
- It is possible to choose a stuitable way to see beauty in others and especially when that person cannot see it in himself.
- You understand that personality is much more important than appearances.
- You dislike conflict and would like to help your enemies than hurt them.
If you are a Hufflepuff, then do not forget to share your celebration by posting on your favorite social media platforms using the hashtag #HufflepuffPrideDay.
ObservedHufflepuff Pride Day has been observed annually on March 20th.
Saturday, March 20th, 2021
Sunday, March 20th, 2022
Monday, March 20th, 2023
Wednesday, March 20th, 2024
Thursday, March 20th, 2025