3 Catering Options Perfect for Any Quinceanera

Jocelyn Pasillas

A traditional component that can’t be left out at any celebration is the food, food is always a must!

Any party without food isn’t a party, yes we said it! And as our grandmas or mothers tend to say “Panza llena, corazón contento.”

One of the main factors about a Quinceanera is the food that is served, nobody wants hangry guests at their celebration.

We have a couple of ideas that can help you out when booking catering services, perfect for your Quince.

Option 1:  Cater for a good cause!

Who doesn’t love tacos? Have your guests enjoy delicious tacos all while helping students with college funds!

What better way to inform yourself of possible college tuitions than by supporting a good and inspirational cause like this one?

From mouth-watering tacos to delicious churro bars, you won’t want to miss out on this Mexican cuisine.

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Together we can educate and inspire students, one delicious taco at a time! – Hector Morales

Option 2: Match your menu to your Quince theme.

Everything is evolving, including catering services! Think outside the box when it comes to your food options by matching your menu to your Quince theme.

Are you having a Mexican Inspired Quinceanera? If so, pair it with traditional Mexican platters for all to savor.

You can’t forget about all the goodies that can be included!

Option 3: Cater on a budget.  

Save time and money by adding on catering services to your venue package! Some venues offer a varied buffet menu for you to choose and enjoy besides your guests! Ask your venue for any additional fees that may be included and stay well-informed to ensure you cut your Quinceanera catering bill in half!

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Which option will you be selecting for your catering services?

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Jocelyn Pasillas

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