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Safe & Fun Diwali Party Ideas for Diwali 2020 For Newlyweds

Diwali, is the most mesmerizing time of the year. And if it’s your first Diwali with bae, then it’s going to be super special in its own Covid way. With no card parties and Diwali dinners this year, Diwali 2020 may seem a little dull, but here we are to make this Diwali bright for newlyweds with these LIT ideas to have a unique Diwali party. So let’s have a look :

Ghar pe raho and celebrate the new version of Diwali 2020 with new ideas!

Even though the thought of stepping out and meeting everyone in a serious of Diwali parties to wear your trousseau treasures seems damn tempting. But, the sane way is to stay home and celebrate still and to help you out, we’ve got some super cute Covid friendly first Diwali 2020 ideas that’ll steal your dil!

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Make Rangoli with your family

The first Diwali for is a great time to start new traditions. This year since you can’t call tent wallas to do up the house for your first, why not do this together with your new fam and bond while making your house look glam!

Play Fun games

We know how much you’ll miss card parties this year. But don’t be sad, you can spend your Diwali night playing some fun board games with family and bae of course. Wining in Teen patti with Pati and the pleasure of cutting your MIL’s goti may really be all the Diwali happiness you need 😛 We seriously suggest instead of betting money, raise the stakes with household chores and things you want the other to do around the house, this way you’ll win more than just at Diwali!

DIY Decorations

Diwali is incomplete without decorations. Spend this special day by decorating your space with DIY torans and diyas. If you’ve little kids at home, involve them in these DIYs and let the minions help you to lighten up the house quite literally;) 

Take an Instagram reels challenge with your friends

Keep up with trends! So what if we can’t go out this Diwali, dressing up and posting your ‘Diwali looks’ on social media is a must! Dress Up for the festival night and do a #diwaliLooksReel challenge with your besties to create super fun reels for your gram in your new trousseau outfits!

A Virtual Mehfil with family and friends

Host a virtual party for everyone on zoom and let the fun begin. Tell everyone to dress up their best, and keep their mithais ready! You can play antakshri and other fav games while staying connected online. And do a potluck meal where every friend sends a surprise meal to the newlyweds!

Hire a private chef for a date night on Choti Diwali

If you and your partner are celebrating Choti Diwali alone then make the best of it by having a date night at your cozy home. To add more flavor to it, hire a private chef to cook delicious treats for you both and indeed it is a treat for the newlyweds out there!

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Do a Pooja Party On Zoom

Well, Pooja is an essential part of Diwali. Why not host a common zoom call and do a virtual aarti with your mains to blend technology with our values of festivals.

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How are you planning to make your Diwali dhamakedaar? Do let us know in the comments!



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