13 Moon Festival Instagram Captions for All Your Mid-Autumn Wishes

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From mooncakes to good luck wishes, we have the best Moon Festival Instagram captions for the 2020 Mid-Autumn Festival!

Best Moon Festival Instagram Captions

Ready to eat a dozen mooncakes and spend an uncomfortable amount of time with friends and family? Just kidding. We know the Mid-Autumn Festival gatherings are fun for most. But, we're dead serious about the mooncakes. They are worth every bite.

Regardless, if you want to showcase your best festival photos on social media, don't forget to use one of our Moon Festival Instagram captions. Because how else are you going to share your best wishes with your followers in this day in age?

So, if you are looking for a cute quote or inspiring saying for the holiday, then we have you covered. Here are the best Instagram captions for the Moon Festival in 2020.

Good Moon Festival Instagram Captions for Selfies

  • Wishing you a full and beautiful life for Mid-Autumn Day.

  • Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

  • On Mid-Autumn Day, may your life always be filled with happy times and may all your wishes come true.

  • Wishing you a fun-filled time with family and friends. Happy Moon Festival!

  • May the Mid-Autumn Festival bring along with it, good fortune and a harvest of smiles for you and your family.

Cute Mid-Autumn Festival Captions for Instagram

  • Let your day be filled with mooncakes and happiness. Happy Moon Festival!

  • I wish that your career and life, as the round moon on Mid-Autumn Day, be bright and perfect.

  • Look at the moon. Look how it shines for you. And everything you do. Happy Moon Festival!

  • May your tummy be as full and perfect as the moon tonight.

Clever Instagram Captions for the 2020 Moon Festival with Friends and Family

  • May the full moon bring blessings and happiness from our home to yours.

  • There's nothing like spending time with friends and family on Mid-Autumn Day. Except for maybe Chinese New Year.

  • Happy Mid-Autumn Festival, where the moon is the brightest and roundest, meaning family reunion.

  • It's the little things. Happy Moon Festival!