I'll leave for a new job in a month. When some of my colleagues left the team for another one (but still remained in the company, which means we hang out around coffee regularly, it's not like they left entirely), they organized a "goodbye party" in a bar, where they paid for beers and snacks for everyone invited.
I, on the other hand, am about to leave the company completely. I'll still see some of my co-workers with whom I have a rock band and some others that I got to know well and so we already agreed to go grab lunch together about once a week.
I'm considering organizing my goodbye party at home. I don't have enough money to pay for an open bar and I believe I could organize something nicer at home. I also believe that organizing my goodbye party at home might convey my want of keeping in touch with them. But I'm afraid my invitation will seem weird- why would I organize it at my place when I could do it in a bar? Please note that I'm not really inclined to disclose my financial "limitations" to my co-workers, although they may be able to figure out by themselves since I'm much younger and therefore my salary is significantly lower.
So here I am, wanting to invite my co-workers at home for my goodbye party, but I'm afraid they'll be embarrassed because it's too personal to invite your colleagues to your place. I'm autistic and an oversharer and so I usually struggle to understand where to draw the line between privacy and professional life.
How could I invite them to my goodbye party at my place without embarrassing them for not doing it in a bar?
Frame challenges are welcome as long as you explain why you think I really shouldn't organize my goodbye party at home. Ideas on elsewhere to organize it are welcomed as well.