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The first step in planning your Quinceañera should be establishing your budget. The amount of money wewe have to work with will determine almost every other aspect of your Sweet 15 party, from the venue and invitations to the favors and food. Determine the amount of money wewe actually have saved up and ready to go toward your Quinceañera.

If there is not enough money for the Quinceañera wewe want, consider asking padrinos and madrinas to sponsor your Quince. These can be relatives, Marafiki au others close to wewe who will help pay for some of the party expenses. wewe could ask your inayopendelewa aunt...
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posted by cici1264
Today, the word “Quinceañera” brings to mind a once-in-a-lifetime, over the juu celebration filled with breathtaking decorations, exquisite chakula and tons of people. It’s every girl’s dream: a giant party where she is the Guest of Honor. While it’s true that many parents begin saving for their daughter’s Sweet 15 as soon as she is born, it is also true that times are tough and today’s dollars do not stretch as far as the dollars of even a few years ago. So, how do wewe have the Quinceañera celebration you’ve always dreamed about without breaking the bank? Here are a few simple,...
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posted by cici1264
Choosing a theme for your Quinceañera is the perfect way to bring your personality to the party. It makes planning easier and zaidi fun because it helps wewe narrow down your choices for decorations, favors, chakula and music. Quinceañera themes come in all shapes and sizes, from elegant and glamorous to fun and funky. Your quince is all about you, so choose something wewe upendo and that matches your personality.

Possible Quinceañera Themes:
Favorite movie/tv show
Favorite color
Favorite mwaka au era (example: Back to the ‘50s au Roaring ‘20s)
Favorite book (example: Twilight)
Vacation destination...
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posted by cici1264
The history of Quinceañera dates back to the Aztecs, at approximately 500BC. The word Quinceañera, is made up of two parts: quince (fifteen) and anera au anos (year). Literally translated to fifteen years, it refers to a girl’s fifteenth birthday.

By the age of fifteen, boys were expected to become warriors and fulfill their father’s expectations. For girls, it was the time in their life when they were presented to the community as young ladies, no longer girls. Fifteen mwaka old Aztec females were considered women and were aliyopewa all of the responsibilities that come along with womanhood....
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