Where did confetti come from and why do we throw it at celebrations? The word confetti comes from the Italian word confetto, meaning "small sweet." Since the Middle Ages, it was the custom for nobles to throw candies, coins, fruit, and flowers to the crowd during carnival parades. The noble ladies would toss eggshells filled with perfume.
The first recorded use of paper confetti occurred in Paris in 1885 for a New Year’s Eve celebration.
Today, confetti comes in different shapes, sizes, and materials but is always tossed in a flutter of colors to celebrate a festive occasion. We are delighted to offer you our own explosion of colorful confetti cascading in a rainbow of joyous celebration for OHM in Thailand's exclusive PARTY design. Every day is a special occasion on your bracelet, and a great excuse to break out the fun and get a party started! Happy Whatever! The confetti is flying! Party On!