Those set to host Twelfth at Home parties this year have been getting ready for the celebrations with Union flag themed packs.
Since 1985 Victor Stewart Enterprises in Lurgan have supplied everything you would need for the Twelfth holidays.
Greig Stewart runs the shop after it was set it up his late father, Victor, a well-known Orangeman and businessman who passed away in 2017.
Victor Stewart supplied Orange lodges across the world with banners and collarettes over the years, as well as uniforms for loyalist flute bands.
However, while this year has still been a busy one despite the cancellation of the annual parades, as he has diversified by selling Twelfth at Home themed items such as T-shirts, mugs and cups, and Union flag adorned aprons, bibs, dog scarves, tablecloths and face masks.
And he has also created the £35 Twelfth at Home themed party packs - which include red, white and blue plates, cups, napkins, bunting, hand flags, balloons, cocktail sticks and a table cloth.
Greig said the shop has been as busy as ever and his Twelfth at Home party packs have been sold all over Northern Ireland, as well as Scotland.
"The idea actually came about when one of the boys at the Orange said to me, 'You should be doing packs for people at home', and I thought it was a good idea," he said.
"It's just things like paper cups and cocktails sticks for people having a wee bit of a party.
"A lot of people are buying the packs and a lot of people are just buying three or four packets of plates and napkins and all that sort of stuff.
"We have been flat out and we have been selling them all over the country and even to Scotland.
"The problem is we bring in a lot of the items separately so we're trying to get more stuff in but they have flown out.
"With the rule coming in Scotland that you have to wear face masks, we have had a lot of orders from people there looking the face masks.
"That's all stuff that we have never done before this year just with everything being so different.
"We came up with the Twelfth at Home design and we put it on the T-shirts and the mugs and it's just snowballed a wee bit."
Greig, who is a member of Craigavon Protestant Boys Flute Band, has also been supplying bands with polo shirts as many plan to parade around their home towns this Monday, including his own.
"We have been doing polo shirts for bands like Cairncastle, Greenland, Dervock, and my own band, Craigavon," he added.
"Polo shirts used to be a thing of the past but there has been a big upturn this year.
"My band was delivering food packages around Mourneview [estate in Lurgan] for 12 weeks of the lockdown. In the first week we handed out 48 and by the end we were doing 135.
"Everyone was asking us if we were going to parade on the Twelfth but until last week it was very much up in air."