Wallpaper Wednesday: 50 Bermuda Day Designs

May 25, 2022 | 1 Comment

This week’s Wallpaper Wednesday features more than 50 Bermuda Day themed graphics, all available via our network website BDADay.com, utilizing an array of themes including the Bermuda flag, emojis, flowers, jewels, hearts, the island’s Gombeys and more.

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More than 50 free graphics are available to download in BDADay.com’s graphic section, with many familiar sights and colours utilized.

Each graphic page contains a Facebook profile cover and a vertical format, ideally sized for use as a mobile phone wallpaper, WhatsApp status image or Instagram story, allowing you to celebrate Bermuda Day digitally and promote the national holiday.

You can visit here on BDADay.com to access all the graphics, check back on Bernews every Wednesday for our latest free graphic download, and if you would like to request a specific Bermuda-related phone wallpaper design, please feel free to email us at support@bernews.com.

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For extensive coverage of Bermuda Day spanning over a decade, visit our website BDADay.com, the island’s most comprehensive resource on the Bermuda Day holiday.

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  1. Beautiful says:

    Congrats.Impressive. In the late 1970s the first book ever published re Gombeys had the Gombeys on its cover and the authors were asked if we had a culture : This is My Country. The authors later went on to develop the first Gombey Festival at Dellwood Primary School and a mini Bermuda Day Festival before it was officially named. At the same time the Gombeys were under attack as not being a part of our culture. They were rescued by the book produced by the late Louise Jackson and in 1998 the late David Allen took a lot of flack for using them in overseas marketing campaigns where they were a huge success. It has been a journey and finally we seem to have recognized their worth and value as part of our culture. But the period of their nearar demise should not be forgotten.

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