piñata 🪅

Get ready to celebrate a birthday with the pinata emoji. This emoji is one of the symbols for celebrations of milestones like birthdays, weddings, and baptisms. 

The pinata emoji is a popular emoji that is often used to celebrate special occasions. The origins of the pinata emoji are unclear, but it is likely that it was first used in Spain, where the traditional game of breaking a piñata is played. So you can use the flag Spain emoji to represent that fun fact.

Today, the pinata emoji is widely used in social media to add a festive touch to posts and comments. So you can use it alongside the partying face emoji, party popper emoji, and the sparkles emoji.   

It can be used alone or alongside other emojis, such as the fireworks emoji or carp streamer emoji. When used together, these emojis create a fun and festive atmosphere that is perfect for celebrating anything special. If you want to send a cute emoji invitation to a party, then you can also include the birthday cake emoji and even the ice cream emoji. These emojis give a lot of positive energy, so make sure to use them often, especially during these challenging times.

🪅 Piñata is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 13.0 which was introduced in 2020, and was added to Emoji 13.0.

  • Copy and Paste This Emoji:

  • 🪅
https://emojiguide.com/activities/pinata/
Url Copied!

This Piñata Is Also Known As:

star shaped paper mache

candy stuffed star

donkey pinata

star pinata

decorated container stuffed with candies

Piñata Emoji On Different Platforms

Piñata Emoji History

Piñata Emoji is created in the year 2020.

Piñata Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1FA85
  • Unicode name
    Piñata
  • Version
    Version 13.0
  • Year
    2020