A Donut-licious Themed Quinceanera

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Who says a donut party is lame?

Number 1: everyone loves donuts, number 2: believe it or not, donuts could be extremely chic and make up the coolest Quince.

You can do so much with something so delicious and yet so simple as a donut. You can even draw your overall Quince theme around it! The decor is guarantee to look so eye-catching, your guests won’t want to take a bite of these donuts! LOL

We divided the most amazing donut décor into different themes, for you to start dreaming on your donut themed Quincenera. Check out some inspiration below!

#1 Marbled and Metallic Donuts:

Two perfect combinations that are being incorporated in a lot of celebrations, especially weddings! The metallic-rose gold color scheme with a hint of marbled texture is definitely something to look into! Keep it simple, elegant, and chic.

#2 The Marbled Wall with Donuts

Marble decorations are one of the preferred trends this year, many celebrities aren’t just using this trend for parties but also for home decor! You won’t want to miss out!

Source: @donutwalladl via Instagram

#3 The Neon Chic Donut:

The innovated neon theme gives us major Barbie vibes, if you will be celebrating your Quince in spring, this theme is seriously something to consider. *smirk emoji*

#5 The Tropical & Chic:

Keep it cool and girly, your guests will definitely want to use your donut wall as a backdrop for selfies!

Source: @eatmeediblegoodies via Instagram

Source: @styledfortwo via Instagram

#6 The Vintage Donut Frame:

Check out the details for a Vintage theme celebration!

Looking for more inspiration? Check out #donutwall on Instagram and drool over the most fascinating donut décor for your Quinces.

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Melissa Palés es periodista independiente de Social Media y Marketing. Posee un titulo de Fashion Merchandising de Miami International University of Art & Design, y un Masters en Comunicaciones de Texas Tech University. Creció en Ecuador, y ahora está desarrollando su carrera en Dallas, TX

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