How to Pay Tribute to Iconic Women at Your Quince

Yoana Estrada

Are you a teen with a passion for women’s rights? Consider paying tribute to amazing women at your quinceanera.

I know what you’re thinking!  How in the world can I do that at my quince? March is the perfect time for this, especially since it’s officially Women’s History Month. Today.com explains, “Women’s History Month is a time to reflect on the courage of women in past generations and to celebrate how their efforts and bravery afforded the opportunities and freedoms they have today.” So without further adieu let’s get into it! Check out how to include aspects of ICONIC women at your quinceanera!

 

Selena Quintanilla 

If you’re Latina then chances are that you know who this iconic mega superstar is. Selena Quintanilla paved the way for the rise in Latin music across the United States.  Pay tribute to the queen of Tex-Mex by featuring her in your surprise dance.  Check out how this quince girl showed off her dance moves to Como La Flor, Baila Esta Cumbia, and Mi Gente.

Frida Khalo

Frida Khalo broke a lot of barriers as an artist. Her work is important because she expands Mexico’s history in her art. Honor her by hanging papel picado banners and various recreations of Frida’s self-portraits throughout your venue. This can be a Mexican- Frida fusion theme.

 

Maria Felix 

The glamorous Maria Felix was a famous Mexican actress and singer in the ’40s and 50s. Felix’s beauty, charisma, and charm became the inspirations for other artists, writers, filmmakers, and musicians. Roll out the red carpet at your quince and channel your inner diva with an old Hollywood-themed quince.

Amalia Hernández

Amalia Hernandez is known for developing the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico. Hernandez’s dance company brought traditional Mexican dress and folk music into her performances. Honor Amalia Hernandez with a Folklorico-themed waltz or surprise dance.

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