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5 Ways To Make Holi 2021 The Best Celebration Ever

Whether it is because of all those melodious Bollywood songs or your childhood memories of the festival, let’s just admit it —we all love Holi! From children to their grandparents, everyone enjoys the festival with energy and excitement. From music and décor to festival catering service, we’re letting you know how to make it a memorable time with friends and family!

Visualize Your Event 

Before we get into the tips of how to celebrate Holi, it is important for you to have a vision for your event. We, as festival catering service providers, can help you conceive ideas and structure them to execute an exceptional festive gathering. Whether you’re hosting a large gathering or an intimate brunch, we can help you curate mood boards and give you plenty of themes to decide décor options as well as food options. Once you have an idea of what your event should be like, you can then get into the nitty gritties.

1. Set The Date, Time And Place

This year, Holi falls in the last week of March. Though most Holi parties take place on the day of Holi, there is no harm to do it a few days in advance either. You also need to keep in mind the venue after which you can plan a menu and theme as well. Because of the pandemic, you may want to host a Holi party at home and with festival catering service by Eventia, you can do this in a completely hassle-free manner. Yes, it is possible to enjoy hosting an event at home, for you and even more for the guests. Once you have the basic details in order, don’t forget to send in an invite to people and request them to block their social calendars.

2. Your Party Needs A Vibe

Think about some of the most memorable parties you have attended; what makes them stand out? Chances are that those parties had something unique, something special about them. It could be anything from using quirky décor to setting up a gourmet chaat counter. We recently did an event where we served Golgappas with a twist. On the menu were Mexican flavoured golgappas and some even had chocolate fillings. Ideas like these can make your event a one-of-a-kind party that becomes the talk of the town. This is why we always say that choosing a good festival catering service goes a long way.

3. Explore Different Cuisines

Take your guests down the gastronomy lane with innovative menus and serving ideas. In our experience, we have seen that this attention to detail can definitely help your event stand apart. Its also important that the cutlery is impeccable and is in line with the theme of your event. As one of the best caterers in Delhi, we are happy to announce our latest Holi menu soon! It is one to look out for. 

4. Music, Dress Code And Gulaal

What’s a party without good music? Make sure to have your playlist ready for the special day. It’s a good idea to include retro hits to the hottest numbers of today. The dress code can also replicate the theme you are going for. You could even you’re your festival catering service to play along and add some small details to their attire while serving! Also, ensure that you are using only organic or natural colours to play Holi. Artificial and chemical filled gulaal can play havoc with your skin, hair etc.

5. But, Safety First!

We can’t reiterate the importance of being safe, especially keeping in line with the current scenario. At Eventia, we’re prioritising safety over everything else this Holi. From trained staff personnel, regular sanitisation and temperature checks to highly personalised services, we ensure a smooth, safe and highly enjoyable event. After all, you don’t just become the best caterers in Delhi without ensuring all the critical aspects are taken care of.

Festivals, especially Holi, are joyous occasions that bring friends and family together. Remember to enjoy it with complete fervour! Contact us so that we can help you host the best Holi ever!

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