The Lantern Festival is a traditional Chinese festival originated in Qin Dynasty (221 – 207 BC). The Lantern Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the first Chinese lunar month, and traditionally ends the Chinese New Year period. In 2017 it falls on February 11. Enjoying the family reunion, appreciating the bright full moon, eating Yuanxiao, watching beautiful lanterns, guessing lantern riddles, watching fireworks, performing dragon lantern dance, lion dance and walking on stilts are the main traditions of the festival. Lanterns in various sizes and shapes will be hung on everywhere including households, shopping malls and streets. Children like to take a small lantern to play outside. In the evening, there are usually lantern shows in most cities adding the festival atmosphere to a great extent. The lanterns are usually in different forms such as animals, flowers, people, buildings and more. Paper lanterns are excellent for outdoor parties and venues as they are lightweight and can be hung on anything. They are widely familiar inside and outside gardens, homes and restaurants as decorations. Today, these lanterns are used in lighting fixtures, but they also have spiritual and historical meanings. Paper lanterns can make any evening event more beautiful and worth to remember can be incorporated in wedding and other events, they bring out a soothing and calming ambiance due to the subtle radiance.