The fireworks emoji shows a single firework against a night sky, exploding into a beautiful celebration of fire and sparkle. Use this to celebrate life’s little accomplishments, or a country’s Independence Day.
Keywords: celebration, fireworks
Introduced: September, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
The Niue flag emoji shows a yellow background with a Union Jack symbol in the top left corner. There is a yellow star with a blue circle surrounding it in the center of the Union Jack. There are 4 smaller stars surrounding the central star.
Surprise! It’s time to party. The party popper emoji screams celebration. Use the emoji when talking about birthday parties, baby showers, and other celebrations. Bonus: You don’t even have to clean up the confetti from this party popper.
Looks like someone is decorating for a special occasion. The confetti ball emoji means that there is a party or celebration in the works. The confetti ball emoji is often paired with the party popper emoji when celebrating birthday parties, baby showers, and other celebrations.
The classic smiling face gives off a feeling of friendliness and joy! It’s a chipper emoji that represents pleasure, happiness, and positivity. Use this emoji to send a friendly message to someone that you want to spread a little joy to.
The Singapore flag emoji has a red stripe on the top half of the flag and a white stripe on the bottom half of the flag. On the red stripe, a white half-moon sites on the far-left side with 5 white 5-point stars sitting directly to the right of the half-moon.