How to plan a perfect Diwali party!

How to plan a perfect Diwali party!
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With the festival of lights around the corner, we are sure all the party poppers must be wondering how to plan a great bash for your friends and relatives. So, we have decided to make things a little easier for you this time. Diwali, this year is falling on November 11, 2015 and we are sure the party people have their thinking caps on to decide what to wear, what to keep in their private bash.

Check out our quick Diwali party list:

Theme party

Firstly, decide on what kind of party you want to plan. Is it a house party or a theme-based one. If you want to take the plunge and sound a little better than your other friends throwing a Diwali bash, opt for a theme party. Also, add zingy decorations to your place, as it will give you that edge which the crazy party people love doing the most.

Budget planner

Money is certainly a priority for everyone today. Before planning a party, you need to scale your budget issues as well. Make a sheet of how much your pocket can bear and also on what all you can include or exclude from your must-have list.

Music list

No party can be complete without great music. So, for Diwali bash you need to decide on best Diwali dance numbers. Bollywood will come to your rescue when thinking about great foot-tapping numbers on the festival of lights.

Food galore

Keep your menu simple yet crazy. Besides the host of sweets that you are planning to keep for your guests, also decide on what crunchy-munchy items will best savour the taste buds. Keep wafers and healthy fruit juices handy for your guests this festive season.

Crackers & Games

After you perform the Diwali puja, and the party kickstarts with guests making their way—plan some cool games for them. Although, bursting noisy crackers is a big no no but you can light a fuljhadi and chakri as a sign of good omen with your friends and relatives. Say no to noise pollution and yes to happy, light-filled Deepawali.  

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