Asgard mourning over Loki
I see this post flying around with commentary about how awful it is that everyone is feasting and carrying on. So let’s put some Norse perspective on it, yeah?
This is clearly the seventh day of mourning if we’re going by Norse culture. It’s called a funeral ale. It’s where people feast and those who are the descendants of the dead receive their inheritance. Now, Loki, if he has done things from mythology, has Jormungandr, Hel, Sleipnir, and Fenrir as his heirs. We don’t see any depiction of them, but that might also be indicative of their functions in society (for example Hel probably can’t leave Hel if she exists and the rest are animals) or it could be indicative of the lack of respect for Loki and subsequently his descendants who are all monsters. For the real answer, we’d have to ask Branaugh.
I just wanted to point out that feasting and ale is not unusual for a funeral in Norse culture. We don’t know what day of mourning Asgard is on nor how long of time has passed from Loki falling into the abyss to this particular moment.