Diwali is round the corner and this marks a fun filled party time. You all must be thinking about how to make this festive season wonderful. Here are some ideas for you which will indeed help you to make this Diwali an absolute fun affair. Diwali party should be such that make your neighbor raise their eyebrows in deep drawn jealousy and immerse your friends in the depth of pleasure and joy. These tips will make way to a fantastic green holiday.
Do not use plastic streamers but be little innovative to open up some of the brightest dupattas in your wardrobe and cover up the nook and corners of your house with them. Use fresh flowers instead of artificial ones and deck up your house traditionally.
The color to be used for rangolis should be non toxic. Dry paste of rice is a good option for rangolis. The intricate designs of rangoli will offer a vibrant charm to your household.
The use of hand made paper lanterns will give a stunning image to the house. This will mark your house with vivid designs and colors and will attribute you party with a sparkling & 8216;Wow& 8217; effect. Another idea will be yet colorful. Fill up the wide-rimmed urns at home with water and place scented candles or diyas floating in them.
Use banana leaves instead of conventional crockery to serve food your guests. Use glasses made of mud instead of glass. The party will have an ethnic and natural touch by these.
Although children just love bursting crackers, but it will be nice to teach them teach them to light candles and sparklers (fuljharis) as this will prevent the consequence of burning money and will also reduce the burden pollution on the environment. Y
The rest include yummy sweets, delicious food, a beautifully decorated home, a ready guest-list and off course the enthusiasm that thrills. Along with all this, be hospitable and blend love with all the little things you have arranged. Make every aspect of the party real and traditional and it will be awesome.
Are we forgetting anything? The enthusiasm! If you re not hospitable and thrilled enough, all that hard-work will just go to waste. Only if you are in love with your Diwali party will your guests be in love with it. So keep it real, keep it traditional, make it awesome and don t forget to have fun all through it!
Have a happy and safe Diwali!