The Nutcracker inspired quince party

“The Nutcracker” for a Ballet Themed Quince

Alicia Monsalve

“The Nutcraker” is one of the most beautiful ballets of all times, combining fairy tales and Christmas traditions into one magnificent show.


If your Quinceañera party will be celebrated during the Christmas season, or if you would like to share your love for ballet with your Quinceañera guests, then let your imagination flow as Marie, soldiers, mice and toys come to life and take part of an unforgettable party. Pick this wonderful masterpiece for a ballet themed Quince.

“The Nutcracker” is one of the most popular ballets and has become a Christmas synonym due to the popularized versions by the New York and the American Ballet. The script, based on a text by Alejandro Dumas (father) with music of Piotr Tchaikovsky, tells the story of a girl who dreams her toys have come to life after an incident while celebrating Christmas with her little brother Fritz and her family.

“The Nutcracker” is an excellent source of inspiration to have a wonderland Quinceañera, using the beautiful scenography, music, costumes, toys and decorative elements from the invitations to the center pieces, party favors, cake and everything necessary for your celebration.

You can also incorporate the “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”, the “Waltz of the Flowers”, or any other musical piece of this popular classic to delight your guests. Of course you can dress your court as soldiers, dolls or fairies simulating the characters of “The Nutcracker”.

The Nutcracker inspired quinceanera partyEach holiday season, NCM Fathom, the New York City Ballet, and the Lincoln Center, will bring a beloved holiday classic to movie theaters nationwide for one magical night.

Set to Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky’s glorious score, George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™  features choreography by Balanchine, scenery by Rouben Ter-Arutunian, costumes by Karinska, and lighting by Mark Stanley after the original design by Ronald Bates. The production will feature more than 70 New York City Ballet dancers, the 62-piece New York City Ballet Orchestra, and 50 children from the School of American Ballet, the official school of NYCB.

Use The Nutcraker as your surprise dance for your quince

To get your Nutcraker ideas flowing, enjoy the most famous ballet on Netflix, YouTube and RedBox during the Holiday season.

Video of the Royal Opera Ballet, visit their YouTube channel here

Alicia Monsalve

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