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Diwali Makeovers: Card Party Setting

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What’s a Diwali party without a game of cards? Take cue from our easy styling tips to create a colourful and comfy card party setting


Diwali Makeovers: Card Party Setting.

Diwali Makeovers: Card Party Setting.

Diwali Makeovers: Card Party Setting.

There are no real rules to hosting a card party other than it being supremely comfortable and of course stylish. Borrow from our easy tips to set one up in no time.

Tips for setting up a card party:
1.      Cushions. Cushions. Cushions; More the merrier. Make sure you include lots of cushions in bright colours, in different shapes and
2.      You can use the old fashioned gaddas to create low baithak style seating. This not only accommodates more people but also is very
3.      Introduce candles on stands, fresh flowers. You can even add a throw in deep velvets to complete the look

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