Mark your calendars!

Mark your calendars!

Sending a heads-up to your guests a couple months before the actual date of your event is a nice detail that will make sure they’re available that day. This can be done by sending them a little card with a simple photo and the date of course or something as plane as sending them a text message. Again, with this task you can use your creativity on how you get the message to your guests. It doesn’t make a big difference on how you decide to tell them, as long as you do. With the variety of guests there will be many different reasons for them to not be able to attend. Such as work, school, or other reasons. For example, if you have family visiting from out of town they have time to arrange a day or two off to attend your big celebration. This is something to keep in mind when your making your list of guests.
Reception time!

Reception time!

What’s frst? The reception of course. The reception for a quinceanera is very simple. Its basically the presentation of everyone who made our special day possible. (padrinos, damas y chambelanes, etc.) You couldn’t plan it on your own and it definitely took more than a few people to put your quince together. Presenting them formally and publicly shows how grateful you are for their help. Its also a necessary detail to show respect for your family and friends who were there for you throughout the whole process.

There are also other parts to the reception that you can choose to incorporate in your celebration. Such as the traditional father-daughter dance, the toast, a ‘Thank You’ speech, slide show, or any other details you want to add. Remember, its your party! Your in charge!