Diwali is a festival to be clebrated with your loved ones.The best way to do so is to plan a get together on Diwali. We help you plan your Diwali get together with unique ideas.
When it comes to planning a party on Diwali, you’ll need to arrange for the decorations, fireworks, food, games, and party favors. Read on to get ideas on how to make these arrangements for your party.
One of the most interesting Diwali party ideas is to decorate your home with colorful rangolis, earthen lamps or diyas, and electric lights that create the festive mood for this occasion. So, if you’re organizing a Diwali party, these elements should form an important part of your celebrations. Diwali rangolis are created with colored rice flour paste which is used to create various patterns of designs.
Rangolis reflect geometrical patterns, figures of gods and goddesses, diyas, and holy symbols like “Om” and “Swastika”. You can engage your kids in making these rangolis for your Diwali party. In case you’d like to decorate the rangolis, use marigold flowers and bright red roses to make your designs look extra special.
The rangolis help you extend a warm welcome to your guests. Aside from rangolis, you may adorn your home with torans. Choose torans that are embellished with beads, bits of mirrors, and idols of Lakshmi and Ganesha. Just hang these beautifully decorated torans on top of your doors and windows, and you’ll find the difference they make to your home décor.
One of the exciting Diwali party ideas is to adorn your home with colorful candles that come in artistic shapes and designs.
Floating candles can be used for your home decorations for Diwali party. Wax-filled candles with floral patterns and glitters add a bright charm to your celebrations. These candles may resemble flowers like lily, sunflower, orchid, and rose. They act as the perfect decorative items that can adorn your home for festive parties.
Aside from rangolis, torans, and candles, you may use wall hangings for adding a special touch to your home décor during Diwali parties.
Wall hangings with intricate embroidery work on a piece of cloth having the idol of Lakshmi and Ganesha attached to them are widely used during Diwali party décor.
When you’re planning a party on Diwali, you can add to your celebrations with a sparkling display of fireworks. It’ll bring fun and excitement to your party and help your guests enjoy the celebration to the fullest. So, get fireworks like rockets, sparklers, ground wheels, and mild flower pots for your dear ones and guests to make the most of the party.
One of the best Diwali party ideas is to include a variety of sweets like Gulab Jamun, Kesar Peda, and Kesar Kaju Katli.
Don’t forget to include sweet dishes like Kesar Bhaat and Badam Ka Halwa. However, these recipes can be served for the dessert. As for the main dish, you may include vegetarian food like aloo dum, paneer gravies, paneer tikka, cocktail koftas, and coconut okra.
However, if you’d like to have non-vegetarian food, then you may include meat samosa, butter chicken, mutton korma among other items in your menu. Fresh juices should also be served in your party, especially if you’d like your kids to join you. Spiced orange juice and milkshake combined with chocolate syrup and vanilla ice cream (softened) can make your guests feel refreshed and help them enjoy your party.
Party favors: You should present exciting gifts to your guests for having attended your Diwali party. Some interesting party favors are a set of beautifully decorated diyas and a box of floating candles available in a variety of colors.
Gift baskets full of chocolates, dry fruits, and a pack of sweets are among the popular Diwali party ideas which your guests will appreciate. Silver idols of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha can be used as a token of appreciation for your guests who’ve attended your party.
Wall hangings or door hangings elegantly decorated with zari, embroidery designs, and mirror work can be gifted to your guests as party favors. You can offer gifts to kids, like chocolates and firecrackers which will add to their fun and enthusiasm on this festive occasion.