Hacienda Styled Quinceanera Celebration

Jocelyn Pasillas

Enjoy an outdoors celebration in a gorgeous courtyard surrounded by colonial architecture and fresh atmosphere.

What’s the difference between a hacienda and a rancho? A hacienda usually has antique Spaniard architecture whereas a rancho is more of a hut where livestock is raised. Consider it an enchanted forest or a whimsical garden with lots of greenery and woodsy details that complement the overall theme.

Also, with an incline in outdoors gatherings, consider celebrating your fifteen birthday in a magical Hacienda reception.

We’ve gathered some inspiration that will help you with your Hacienda styled Quinceanera celebration.

Hacienda décor

Since most of the reception offers gorgeous scenery and provides natural greenery, you might want to focus your décor on matching the hacienda vibes. Wood tables and chairs with a simplistic table runner and colorful floral centerpieces are the perfect touch! Consider having string lights all throughout your patio and add papel picado as a finishing touch.

Invitations

Keep it simple yet classy with elegant typography. Wrap up your invitation in a nice envelope and can even include a nice flower or rustic bow. You can also opt for acrylic invitations which are created with plastic vinyl and are clear.

Quinceanera Dresses

Although this theme can easily be combined with countless colors, stick to pastel and neutral colors. Ivory, lavender, light blue, or even light pink are some of the many options. If you’d like to add a pop of color to your look, consider wearing red lipstick.

Spaniard Textured Cakes

Choose between a textured buttercream cake or naked cake for your fiesta! If you would like to try out unique designs, ask to make textured tile designs that will match your reception and theme. Be sure to incorporate leaves and/or flowers.

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Jocelyn Pasillas

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