How To Throw A Holi Party!


The most colorful festival is knocking at our doors, it’s time to celebrate the spirit of the festival and plan an amazing Holi Party. What better than throwing a party at your own house. Don’t know where to start from? All you need is a party planning checklist and a few tips to ensure that you, your friends and family have a great time.

Tips to throw Holi Party in style!

Guestlist: The first step is to create a guestlist. The size of your guestlist will depend upon how many people can be accommodated in your house and on your budget. You can opt for fancy invites or can even send E-Cards.

Fix a dress code: Holi is the most colorful festival. You can never go wrong with a traditional white outfit. You can even go all basic and chic with white dresses and flip flops. Pair them up with sunshades and a cool bandana to complete the look. If you’re not a fan of white, opt for floral prints and pastel colors.

Supply of colors: Go for organic and herbal colors this Holi and ditch the ‘pakka rang’. To keep the color smearing on, make sure you have a stock of colors to play the entire day.

Peppy Music: Holi is incomplete without the special Holi Playlist. Groove to the beats of the all-time classic song Rang Barse and add a list of peppy Bollywood Holi song numbers like Do me a favor let’s play Holi, Balam Pichkari, Badri Ki Dulhania to your ultimate party playlist.

Food: Holi is all about fun, festivities and mouth-watering delicacies. Keep the theme Indian and add traditional holi recipes like puran poli, gujiya, dahi vada, sweet rice in your menu. Serve finger food items like gol-gappa shots, chaat and bhel-puri to spice it up! With the party in full swing, you wouldn’t want to miss out on the fun, so hire a catering service from Urban Company and relish lip-smacking delights.

holi recipies

Holi Drinks: Holi lets one loosen up and to set the mood right a glass of Thandai is all you need. Keep circulating glasses of Lassi, mocktails and lemonades throughout to keep everyone hydrated and refreshed.

[You can also read: Celebrating Without The Hic? Top 4 Non-Alcoholic Beverages You Can Try.]

Holi games: Drop the mainstream rain dance Holi party ideas and instead, add fun games to make your party more exciting. You can play fun games like musical chairs, balloon filling, beer pong etc. to have a great time with your friends.

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This season, throw the most happening Holi party! Let us know in the comment section below if you found this list helpful. Happy Holi in Advance ?