Colourful decorations to light up your home for Diwali

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Diwali kicks off on Monday, meaning millions of Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, Muslims, and Buddhists around the world will be celebrating the festival of lights.

This vibrant festival is usually celebrated with fireworks, colourful lights displays and yummy treats.

If you’re planning a Diwali get-together or simply celebrating at home, you’ll want to get in the spirit with some joyously bright decorations.

From paper garlands and golden candle holders to intricately decorated macarons and biscuits, here our picks of everything you need to celebrate the five-day holiday in style.

Wayfair Diwali edit

We’re going extra for this year’s Diwali festival with a clash of hot pink, turquoise and marigold hues (cushions from £14.99), glass votives (£33.99 for six) and a liberal sprinkling of twinkly lights. Pure joy.

All from Wayfair.

Colourful pom pom and tassel garland

Diwali festival is almost here ,so instil the jolliest mood with this vivid pom pom and tassel garland.

Add bursts of colour to walls or lay across a celebratory table amid bowls of fragrant and spicy food.

Buy for £19.50 from Not On The High Street.

Diwali Biscuit Tin

One of the sweetest ways to celebrate the festival of lights is to treat loved ones to delicious, Diwali-themed, hand-iced biscuits in a keepsake tin we adore. So very sweet.

Also available as a vegan option.

Buy for £48 from Biscuiteers.

Gold multi tea light holder

This way for a feelgood glow: a striking candle centrepiece to shine a light on your Diwali festivities.

Buy for £45 from Graham & Green.

Aromatisk Garland

Get prepped for the celebrations by stringing up colourful, marigold-inspired garlands all over the home.

Made from dried plant parts and naturally dyed in spicy hues.

Buy for £4 from Ikea.

Diwali Pan and Fry Set

Cook up a feast of traditional Indian pakoras, samosas, puris and jalebi using this gorgeous, turmeric-coloured pan and fry set, which includes a perforated spoon, wire cooling rack and two clay diyas.

Happy Diwali!

Buy Oven Pan for £82 and Diwali Fry Set for £41 from Our Place.

Diwali Mehndi Henna macarons

These enchanting macarons, hand-painted with gold henna-inspired icing and filled with rich ganache, buttercream and caramel, are almost too beautiful to eat. Almost.

Buy for £32 for a box of 12 from Not On The High Street.

Multicoloured Diwali paper fan decorations

Harness the happy, Diwali mood by hanging clusters of bold, paper fans with an intricate rangoli design, in every corner. Such a bright idea.

Buy for £8.99 for five from Ginger Ray.

Tesco Diwali platters

Take the party mood up a notch by treating guests to platters of Indian-inspired sweets.

Think juicy Medjool dates filled with marzipan and pistachios, crunchy almonds infused with honey and dried rose petals and fragrant coconut ice.

Buy Tesco Finest spiced almonds & filled Medjool date sharing platter for £9 and Diwali cupcakes for £3 for 6 from Tesco.

Glass tealight holder

Spread joy and light throughout the home with these pretty, lotus-shaped candle holders. Let the festival of light celebrations commence…

Buy for £51.99 (set of two) from Wayfair.

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