We’ve come up with six myths you must know before booking your Quinceanera venue and provided you with a reality for each one. Take a look:

Myth #1: You have to have your Quince on a date close to your actual birthday
Reality: Being flexible with the date of your Quince will help you as far as your budget is concerned because if you select a date during not so popular months like January or November, your parents and padrinos will definitely save money.

Myth #2: All packages include the same things
Reality: All packages vary. If two venues are offering five hours of service at different rates take a close look and ask questions about the price. Perhaps the most expensive includes linens, centerpieces, cleaning, and the deposit. It’s key to know every single detail included in the package you select.

Myth #3: Saturday is the best day to have the party
Reality: Although many think Saturday’s are ideal to celebrate Quinceaneras, keep in mind how much you can save if you choose a Friday or a Sunday instead. Not only will you save money on the venue but on the rest of the party planning services as well.

Myth #4: Having the ceremony and the reception at different locations is a must
Reality: There are venues where you can celebrate both the religious ceremony and the reception. A great benefit to this type of Quinceanera venue is that your guests are not forced to travel at all.

Myth #5: The price you are given is the price you pay
Reality: Beware! Sometimes venues only tell you the price for the rental of the hall and might add an additional fee plus taxes for any service you might like to add such as linens and tableware.

Myth #6: Choosing an all-inclusive package is best
Reality: Sometimes it’s best to purchase individual services, especially if a Quinceanera venue package includes things you weren’t interested in purchasing to begin with. When looking for all-inclusive packages, make sure you are paying for quality and not quantity, and that it offers the things you want and need.

 

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  • Rose

    How much is the banquet hall for the first Saturday in July ? 6-12 pm

    • Karen Carbajo

      I would say it would have to depend on the area u live in. If u live in an area like me( cuz I live in LA) but it would most likely range in between 3,000-9,000 dollars. Good luck!! U will need it.

  • Jury Sanchez

    Im looking to do my daughter 15 in august 2014 i need some information