5 Ideas to Adorn Your Home for a Thrilling Party

Home for a Thrilling Party

Many-many happy returns of the day……so, where’s the party tonight?? Congrats! You get a promotion…party kab or kahan de rahe ho?? Just after wishing or congratulating you, your friends and colleagues ask you about the party. Organizing a party at home, rather than in crowded clubs and bars, has its own fun and it’s also less expensive. House parties are the best way to celebrate your day and spend the quality time with your near and dear ones.

Your home is the echo of your own persona. In the next party, create a memorable aura for your guests by applying the below given ideas.

1. Make Your Entrance Inviting

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Don’t overlook the entrance of your house! Hang a colourful beaded curtain in the doorway. You can also use welcoming doormats. Decorate the passage ways with flower-pots; statues; fresh and beautiful wreaths.

2. Embellish the Dining Area

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Adorn the tables and dining area according to the theme of your party. Place a dazzlingly coloured floral centrepiece along with a bowl of fruits on the dining table. You can also use colourful glasses, straws, napkins and drink umbrellas to append to the ambiance.

3. Forged Decorate

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You can use fake (artificial) decorative items to beautify your home. Jazz up the corners of the house with artificial flowers and plants. Use flooring according to the theme of the party.  Deck the walls with black & white versions of family photos in silver frames.

4. The Dance Floor

Dance-Floor

You need not to spend unnecessarily for dance stage. Just create a space by shifting the large furniture against the wall. Frill this space with colourful lighting and disco balls. Hire a DJ, request him to play upbeat songs and shake your legs with the guests!

5. Lighting

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Glamorize your party with lights. If you are using candles, put lights on dimmers. You can also put big mirrors on coffee/dining table. It will reflect candle lights and glorify your house.

Next time, when your friends and colleagues ask you “where is the party?”…..just give your home address!

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