Here's a look at some Christmas angel traditions from Sweden...
In Sweden, the Christmas season begins with Saint Lucia Day, in which people honor this popular
Swedish people enjoy decorating Christmas trees with angel ornaments, displaying Christmas lights (some of which are in the shape of angels), and shopping for angel figurines and candles at Christmas markets. They sometimes make angel decorations for their homes out of straw, to commemorate how baby Jesus laid in a manger with straw inside it.
It’s a popular tradition in Sweden to sing Christmas carols throughout the season, and many of the carols mention angels and the important role they played in the Christmas story.
Swedes often decorate their homes with nativity scenes that feature angels.
On Christmas Eve, some Swedish parents tell their children that a Christmas gnome who lives in the forest like a nature angel delivers their Christmas gifts.