Lammas/Lughnasadh is celebrated July 31st and August 1st. It is the first Harvest celebration or the grain harvest, correspondences that can be used for your celebration are as follows:
The plants & herbs associated with Lammas/Lughnasadh are:
All Grains, Apples, Grapes, Heather, Blackberries, Sloe, Crab Apples, Pears, hollyhocks. sunflower, oak, acacia, ginseng, beets, parsnips, carrots, onions, cabbage, Aloes, Rose, Sandalwood, frankincense, ash, camphor, caraway, fern, geranium, juniper, mandrake, marjoram, thyme
Colors associated with Lammas/Lughnasadh are:
red, orange, gold, yellow, brown, bronze.
Stones associated with Lammas/Lughnasadh are:
Carnelian, Citrine, Amber, Tourmaline, Aventurine, Peridot, Sardonyx.
Incense and oils you can use any of the following scents, either blended together or alone: Aloes, Rose, Sandalwood, frankincense, Allspice, carnation, rosemary, vanilla.
Animals and mythical beasts: Roosters, calves, the Phoenix, griffins, basilisk, centaurs
Gods and Goddess Associated with Lammas/Lughnasadh are:
all-grain, agriculture, and mother Goddesses; Alphito (Greek), Ashnan (Sumerian), Bast (Egyptian), Bau (Assyro-Babylonian), Ceres (Roman), Demeter (Greek), Gaia (Greek), Ishtar (Assyro-Babylonian), Isis (Egyptian), Libera (Roman), Persephone (Greek), Rhiannon (Welsh), Tailtiu (Irish)
all-grain, agriculture, Sun, and father Gods; Cernunnos (Celtic), Dagon (Babylonian), Lahar (Sumerian), Liber (Roman), Llew (Welsh), Lugh (Irish), Neper (Egyptian), Ningirsu/Ninurta (Assyro-Babylonian), Odin (Norse), Osiris (Egyptian)
Symbols for Lammas/Lughnasadh are:
Corn dollies, cornucopia, grains, the Sun.
Foods of Lammas/Lughnasadh are:
Loaves of bread, grains, potatoes, summer squash, cider, blackberry pies and jellies, berries, apples, roasted lamb, elderberry wine, meadowsweet tea.