Holi is the festival of colours and perhaps the best time to strengthen the bond of love and friendship. It is also the best time to decorate your home especially if you are preparing to throw a holi party for your friends and relatives.
As the festival of colours is around the corner, so you must have started preparing to become the best host for the holi party, be it delicious food or an attractive and colourful outdoor décor. Obviously one will not play holi inside the house, so here the outdoor arrangements play a very important role. You might be willing to make the party memorable by doing something unique.
So follow these few easy tips to ensure your guests and you have a great time:
In Indian tradition, rangoli plays a very important role. It is the best way to welcome your guests with warmth and love. So you can decorate your home patio, door entrance & outdoors with different rangoli designs. Even Flower petals can also be used to make the beautiful rangoli designs
Colourful flower hangings
Flowers hangings have their own ethnic appearance and importance. Bring in varieties of flowers and arrange them in different manners may be hangings or other designs. Place them at different places of your outdoor garden. You can also greet your guest with flowers as they are the best natural way to enjoy this festival.
Holi is a daytime festival, but multi-hued lights & lanterns can add a unique statement to your home outdoors. You can buy a series of colourful lights, ornamental, netted, pendant lanterns that add an extra beauty to your party area.
Paper buntings are the best and the oldest idea to decorate a party space. However, with changing trends, bunting could be done with immense creativity. Lacy or paper bunting items are very popular for party decorations.
Gulaal clay pots
Why use old and boring thalis to keep colours and why not opt for some more creative way. Yes with simple clay you can DIY colourful pots and keep holi colours in that to give a unique and fresh look. Roll some clay to form multiple snake-like shapes. Now glue the two ends of the sticks together to make a circle. Stack them on top of each other. Paste this on a cardboard base and once it gets dry, fill it with gulaal. Colour inside, colour outside to make it more eye catchy.
Water filled colourful balloons are loved by almost everyone to play Holi. So why not use them in decorating your party space. Just make simple balloon bouquets and tie them in different arrangements at various places whether entrance, food area or play area.
So with these holi decoration ideas & let’s gear up to celebrate the festival of colors with full fervor!