The current question seems to be opinion based. If it were to change to how Akshaya Tritiya is to be celebrated as per scriptures then below are some references
From Skanda Purana, Pursotama-kshetra-Mahatmya, Section 2
- Henceforth I shall describe a Yātrā that will yield everlasting salvation without strain to (even) the dull-witted whose mind is tied to the imprints of previous Karmas.
- (The holy rite is to be performed) at midnight on the second day in the bright half of the month of Vaiśākha. The pavilion should be square-shaped. It should be plastered and provided with an altar.
3-4. There should be made a screen all round with a well-washed cloth. The pavilion must have a splendid flight of stairs. It must have a beautiful awning.
In the middle of the pavilion the devotee should place an extremely excellent seat. It should be covered with a cloth. A gold vessel should be placed upon it.
5-8. To the west of the gold vessel a Brāhmaṇa should be comfortably seated. He must be pure and clean. He should take the following articles in anoṃer vessel: twenty-five paìas of sandal-paste, black aloe-wood more than a pala, saffron half the quantity of aloe-wood, incense half the quantify of saffron, musk and camphor together equal to the incense. All these should be ground into paste with the juice of trumpet flowers. Two palas of excellent black aloe-wood oil should be mixed with them. All these should be stirred together and poured into the first vessel.
- He should cover it up with the leaves of Ketaka plant and wrap it with a silk cloth. Repeating the Mantra “gandhas te somam” etc. he should protect it with Garuḍamudrā.
- Thus all these things should be consecrated and placed in the pavilion. At the time of dawn it should be taken to the presence of Kṛṣṇa.
- With chowries, umbrellas and (the blowing of) conch-shell etc. the shrine should be circumambulated. The replica is then placed in front of the Lord. He should then worship Puruṣottama.
- Then the covering cloth should be taken away and (the materials) should be looked at with the divine (?) vision. He should then sprinkle it with water while reciting the Mantrarāja and stir it by beating etc.
- The Lord should be worshipped with fragrant flowers and raw rice-grains. Repeating Śrī Sūkta he should smear the idol (with the paste). The entire body of the Lord of Śrī should be so smeared with gentle touches.
- Devotees of Viṣṇu shout the slogan of “Be victorious” and praise Hari. Learned men eulogize him with different hymns and passages from the Upaniṣads.
15-20. He should propitiate the Lord of the universe with flutes, lutes etc., various dances, songs and (playing of) musical instruments, fans, chowries, umbrellas and other kinds of offerings and services.
On the third day also the Lord should be smeared (with the paste) at the outset. Merely by thinking about the Lord the embodied ones get all their distresses destroyed. The same Lord, O Brāhmaṇas, destroys (all distresses) on being seen. The greatness of Viṣṇu cannot be comprehended (perfectly) by saying that it is like this or that.
Robes of fine texture, wreaths, different kinds of foodstuffs and beverages, tasty milk-products and other materials should be repeatedly offered. Then the devotee should worship the Lord with well-prepared betel-leaves.
Also from Skana Purana, Chp 23, Sec 7
43-45. There too in the bright half of this month (the third day) named Akṣaya (is the most favourite). If anyone performs holy bath, charitable gift, etc. with faith, thousands of his sins do perish. There is no doubt about it. His prosperity will be free from blemishes. He will acquire strength and courage.