Do you capitalize “Happy Holidays?”

December is that unique month where people do celebrate a wide range of holidays. One of the obvious tasks that most people will be engaged in will be to send their loved ones greetings and best wishes. It has become a common norm for many to use the phrase “Happy Holidays” when sending greeting cards or wishing someone well during the holiday season. Why? The obvious reason for this case is because people want to wish their loved ones the best in the many holidays that they will be celebrating in one go.

 

So, do you capitalize “Happy Holidays?”

Yes, because even though the word “Holidays” isn’t a proper noun, it’s used in this phrase to replace the many of the holidays people might be
celebrating
such as Christmas, New Years, and Hanukah. It is therefore common practice to capitalize the phrase since people have come to accept it.

Even though the word “Holidays” isn’t a proper noun, it’s used in this phrase to replace the many of the holidays people could be celebrating such as Christmas, New Years, and Hanukah. It is therefore a common practice to use the phrase as it is since people have come to accept it.

It’s also acceptable to use Happy Holidays in a sentence like, “I’m wishing you Happy Holidays together with your family.”

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