Now here is a guide on how to decide who’s in and who’s out of your Quinceanera guest list. - See more at: http://www.quinceanera.com/planning/quinceanera-guest-list-whos-whos/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=planning-quinceanera-guest-list-whos-whos#sthash.Z3WIHXit.dpuf

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You’ve probably heard and read everything there is to know about Quinceanera planning already (If not, click here!) http://www.quinceanera.com/planning/quinceanera-planning-101-the-crash-course/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=planning-quinceanera-planning-101-the-crash-course#sthash.u7cGGodZ.dpuf

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Here are a few tips for choosing your damas and chambelanes: - See more at: http://www.quinceanera.com/traditions/tips-for-choosing-your-damas-and-chambelanes/#sthash.JD8r51R2.dpuf

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DIY party lights! http://www.thesurznickcommonroom.com/2014/02/ping-pong-ball-lights.html

This IS the décor for the firehall. Found tablecloths for $9/ piece. Maybe some burlap runners. Oriental trading for the lanterns. Reuse the centerpieces from Scotland Run. Love this!

How we started out with the tobacco cloth and draped it across ceiling. We tucked it in the tiles.

To embrace your roots, there are certain quinceanera traditions you can choose to adapt into your celebration to make it unique and memorable!

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