In SMT world, these ICs are very big (mota mota kaam).
These are very easy to solder, since pin to pin spacing is large. IMO, you even don’t need solder paste, solder wire can work here.
The key to success is flux, lots of flux (paste form). If bridging between the pins occur, it’s easy to remove using a copper braid. If braid is unavailable, you can strip a multi strand copper wire, dip in the flux and use as a braid to absorb excess solder and remove the bridges.
In case you need the actual reflow solder paste, I have that available.
Just for your information, I have a proper SMT pick and place line installed for professional work. In case you want your stuff soldered, you are welcome.