Do the math:
If you’re able to get padrinos to cover the expenses of the items on this list, they would be financing at least 70 % of your Quinceanera.
It is customary to present the padrinos during the ceremony as well as during the reception. Typically, padrinos enter the reception before the damas and chambelanes, and can be easily distinguished by their attire, which follows the color theme of your party.
Although the dress and suits of all of your padrinos don’t necessarily need to be the same design, you can assign all of theme the same color in order for theme to be somewhat uniformed.
Padrinos can consist of married couples, unwed couples and single people of adult age. The main padrinos are those whom contributed significantly to your celebration. You should list them in your invitations as well as have them part of the progression at the ceremony and reception.
If you choose, your Padrinos de Honor can give a special reading at the ceremony or a toast during the reception.
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Now it’s time to make a list of possible Godparents, here is a list of things for you to consider when you look think of what they could contribute to:
- Church and Church decorations (Usually Padrinos de Honor)
- Quinceanera Neackle
- Colin (Pillow)
- Bible and Rosary
- Bouquet and Flowers
Your Padrinos Wish List
Make a list of the people that you and your parents have a great relationship with, such as aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends. These are the individuals whom you should first ask to be a padrino.