6 Things You Need To Know To Throw A Memorable Diwali Party

| October 30 , 2018 , 16:09 IST

India's one of the most celebrated and cherished festivals Diwali is just around the corner and we all can already feel its vibe around us with the beginning of whitewash in our houses to lit markets.

Diwali is a festival that reminds us that we all are connected to each other. It has transcended all religious divisions and has become a celebration of the soul and consciousness of an awakened nation. It has become a festival of the entire nation.

To celebrate this beautiful festival, Diwali parties have now become a trend and therefore we bring to you 6 ideas you can incorporate in your Diwali party that would make it the most memorable one.


One way to have a blast is to decide an exciting theme. This would not only indulge guests interest but would also spice up your party. You can go for a Bollywood theme, Glitz and Glitter, poker theme etc. You can follow your theme for the decorations as well.

Selfie Corner

It won't be the wrong thing to say that no party is complete without taking pictures and delightful selfies that is why it becomes really important to have one corner with perfect lighting and beautiful setup, apt for happy Diwali pictures.


Keep a few decks of cards handy as Diwali is all about bringing in a little bit of Laxmi to your house. Play Rummy, Black Jack and other interesting card games. You can also play pass the parcel etc. And do not forget to reward the winner with an amazing gift.


Groovy music with old peppy remixes is all that you need to set the mood for the party. That is why clear the space in your living room so that people can freely shake their legs.


Food is undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of any party. Make sure to keep petite snacks and appetisers circulating till dinner. One of the most efficient and exciting ideas for food is of Potluck. It is a new trend where the guests also bring a dish. Thus we get to have a variety of tasty food.

Return Gifts

Breaking the conventional idea of gifting sweets and chocolates you can gift your guests some really cool stuff in minimum cost. Go for handmade diyas, candles, decorated boxes, lanterns, planters etc.

We hope your guests love your Diwali party and you get to spend some really good times with your loved ones this Diwali.