10 Tips to Throw The Perfect Diwali Party

10 Tips to Throw The Perfect Diwali Party

Diwali week has already begun and if you are hosting a Diwali Party this year then it’s the perfect time to start preparing for it. Follow these simple tips to have a hassle-free Diwali Party worth remembering.

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  1. Set a budget
    When organizing a party, the foremost thing to do is to decide a budget. Make a list of things to arrange according to priority and suitably allocate the budget. It is important to estimate everything according to the number of guests invited and properly arrange the food, drinks, gifts etc.

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  2. Make a guest list
    It is always good to write down the names of the people to be invited so that you do not miss out anyone or go overboard. You can be eco-friendly and save paper by sending invites online through email or social media websites.

  3. Theme & Decor
    Diwali is the time to dress-up and dazzle your house with diyas, lamps, and lights etc. You can make beautiful DIY decorations for your home with the help of easy tutorials from youtube and pinterest.

  4. Food
    Food is the most important aspect of Diwali. So make it a priority to serve yummy and delicious food if you want your party to be a success. These days people are more health-conscious and prefer healthier food options. Hence dial-down on the exorbitant fried food and keep it simple. You can find easy and healthy recipes online to make delicious sweets and snacks.

  5. Eco-friendly Disposables
    It is a headache to arrange crockery for a big group and then take care of the dirty utensils later on. Be smart and get eco-friendly disposables this year.

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  6. Activities & Games
    It is a must to plan different kinds of activities to keep the guests entertained. You can organize games like tambola, card games, charades etc. You can also set up a kiosk for applying mehendi or make arrangements for a photo-booth with cool slogans and signs.

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  7. Say NO to firecrackers
    It is better to celebrate Diwali by lighting diyas rather than polluting our environment with the toxic smoke and emissions from the crackers. Save your money and the environment by celebrating a cracker-free Diwali this year.

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  8. Drinks
    Don’t forget to arrange drinks and mock-tails for your Diwali bash. Keep a wide range of options to cater to the needs of all your guests.

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  9. Music & Dance
    A Diwali Party is incomplete without music and dance. Compile and make multiple playlists of high-energy songs and don’t forget to add the desi Bollywood tracks. Also, make a space where everyone could come together and dance.

  10. Gifts for guests
    Exchanging gifts is a Diwali tradition. So you can order pre-made gift packs for your guests to save time and energy.

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