How To Throw A Colourful Party At Home
Make Your Own Colour
Keep out the chemicals by making your own holi powder. Its as simple as adding food colour, water and cornstarch. Wait a couple of days for the water to evaporate and you will be able to just crumble the mixture to make your holi powder. Go on and make your own colours. Your imagination is unlimited.
Party At Night
Be different and have a night party this Holi. Use a spare wall in the backyard or the terrace and have your guests paint on it with glow in the dark paint. Light up the area with UV lights and before your know it you will have a glow in the dark paint party by night for Holi. Just mix neon washable paint with cornstarch and water.
Have the bartender roll out some colourful drinks to keep with the Holi theme. Use oranges for orange, kiwi for green, watermelon for pink, berries for purple. These drinks will be refreshing and delicious to bring in the summer.
Check out this video and make some amazing drinks this festival of colours.
No, green is not the only colour you should use. It’s definitely the theme you should adopt for your colorful party. Get a few inflatable pools and fill them with water. This way you will control the water wastage at your party. Your guests will be impressed by how thoughtful you are this dry season.
You can’t host a Holi party without organising street food for your guests. Get a chaatwala to set up his stall at your venue, be it the terrace or the backyard. Make sure it isn’t indoors to prevent your colour covered friends from messing up your walls.
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