How To Light Up Your Friendsgiving

How To Light Up Your Friendsgiving

Friendsgiving is a great opportunity to reunite with all your friends that can’t make it to a family-focused event. It’s the time of year to spend time with the people you care about and be grateful for the connections and relationships that matter the most to you.

There are a few things you can do to make sure your Friendsgiving is extra special this year. First, make sure you have plenty of light. Candles are always a nice touch, but you can also try stringing up some fairy lights or placing lanterns around your space. Secondly, try to have a nice mix of music playing in the background. You want something that will set the mood but won't be too distracting. Third, make sure you have plenty of food and drink options for your guests. And finally, don't forget to have fun!

Lighting has a huge impact on the environment and can make or break your Friendsgiving. We recommend one central floor lamp or lamp with shelves and then a collection of cheap and easy-to-set-up string lights. 

There are many ways to set up string lights. The most common way is to simply drape them over a surface or object. Another popular method is to use them to decorate a tree or plant.

To set up string lights, start by finding a suitable location. Then, determine how you want to arrange the lights. Once you have a plan, begin attaching the lights to the chosen surface or object. Be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully to avoid damaging the lights.

For your central lighting, we recommend Avery Advanced as it has enough room to store drinks or decorations as well as allows you to plug in speakers because of its integrated USB charging.

The power of a well-placed Bluetooth speaker can’t be underestimated. Music sets the tone and the mood for any environment you place it in. When it comes to putting together a playlist, there is no definitive answer to this question. However, some factors to consider when choosing a holiday playlist may include the type of music you enjoy, the atmosphere you wish to create, and the overall mood you want to set. Additionally, it can be helpful to consider the length of the playlist, as well as the order in which the songs will be played.