Theme Ideas To Spice Up Your Quinceañera
A quinceañera is one of the biggest parties of your life. It’s the day you “officially” enter adulthood; it’s an important tradition. Also, it’s the party that people will have the highest expectations for. So planning for it can feel a little stressful.
But throwing a truly unforgettable quinceañera isn’t impossible, even if you’re new to party planning. One easy way to do it is to try out one of these theme ideas to spice up your quinceañera.
If you live in the southwest, take advantage of the Spanish-colonial era architecture for a hacienda-themed quinceañera. This quinceañera theme is perfect for those who want an outdoor party with an extra dose of elegance. It also lends itself to more traditional décor if you want some more old-school vibes for your party.
You’re the birthday princess; why not make your party match? The beauty of going for a fantasy quinceañera is you can do it in about a thousand different ways. Here are a few options:
- Disney princess
- Alice in Wonderland
- Fantasy winter wonderland
- Lord of the Rings
The trick with this is décor. Fairy lights and fantasy-inspired table arrangements will help capture the whimsy of a fantasy novel, along with your tiara.
Leather jackets, rock music, and swing dance: if there was ever a party theme to spice up your quinceañera, the rockabilly theme was it. The rockabilly theme embodies the look of the 50s, with bright colors, records, and all the delicious goodness of your local soda shop.
Of course, the idea of doing a rockabilly theme can make a lot of parents stress out about the party not being “formal” enough. If that’s your family, don’t worry. You and your damas can still rock your beautiful gown with a vintage hairstyle, like victory curls or bumper bangs. And suspenders and bowties are a trendy style for chambelanes right now anyway.
It is still the 2020s. That means it’s the perfect time to party like your name is Jay Gatsby. 20s parties embody glamor, with an emphasis on golds and silvers and an art deco style. And you can bring a little jazz into the evening’s dances too.