5 tips on Hosting a Diwali Party

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Diwali is a time to celebrate with family and friends. On Diwali day, families wear their finest new clothes, illuminate their homes with lights, eat elaborate meals, and perform religious rituals. This year, Diwali is on October 24, 2022.

This is the first year where we are re-emerging from the pandemic and planning celebrations. If you are looking to host a Diwali party this year, here are 5 tips:

  1. Keep decorations simple and add a statement – Transform your space with simple clay lamps, diyas, LED Lights, string lights, and tea lights. Garlands or Toran’s in orange, gold, and white are an added touch. You can use our Rangoli Puzzle as a focal point.

It’s not too late to order your puzzle or toran. Click here to visit our store today.

  1. If focusing on the main course, keep appetizers light – What better way to spend they day with family than by eating all of your favorite family foods. It’s a perfect time to bond with family members in the kitchen and learn those recipes that get passed
    down from generation to generation. It’s also a great time for you to be creative and share one of your favorite recipes. Looking for inspiration? Make sure to check out:
  1. Plan some Diwali activities for kids – It’s great to have stations with various activities available for children of different age groups. This allows the kids to be independent and give the parents a chance to socialize with their loved ones. Download our Rangoli coloring sheets for littles to color, or a create your own puja thali station. Older kids will enjoy decorating their own coasters or a pop-it challenge. All these and more can be found here.

4. Learn about Diwali – Read a book, hear are some of our favorites:

Also, you can play our Diwali Audio Story Tale in the background too.

Visit our Spotify store to listen to this story.

  1. Diwali party favors – Take this opportunity to send the kids home with meaningful party favors that they will enjoy and learn from. Sweets, lamps, chocolates, our coloring books. Checkout our favor packs.

We hope these tips help you host a stress-free Diwali Party this year. After the last few years it will be so good to see family and friends to celebrate the new year and pass down these cultural traditions to our future.


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