Planning a Quinceanera During Covid-19

Jocelyn Pasillas

Times are tough for all of us and instead of dreading every second of it, let us take this time to see the bright side of things. Planning a Quinceanera during Covid-19 is definitely a challenge but it’s worth to give a try in order to stay ahead of the game and stay productive!

We’re all in this together, which is why I’ve decided to go against all odds and make this planning process and celebration possible! Remember, EVERYTHING is possible.

While many have had to postpone their celebration or pause the planning process, there is something for all of you soon-to-be Quinceañeras.

  1. Postpone

If you have not already, consider postponing your celebration instead of cancelling. Arrange a new date with your parents that will work for all your vendors as well. If your birthday is sometime soon, follow the next step!

  1. Enjoy Virtually

If there’s something we’ve learned from this #stayathome initiative, is that we should go with the flow and always be grateful for what we have. We’ve seen many weddings and proms being converted virtually and even though it’s not the same, it can definitely be a great way to celebrate while still feeling special.

3. From a Distance

Another way to celebrate your birthday is by creating a parade where all your loved ones can join! Set a date for a drive by and have your family celebrate you from afar. Treat them with appetizers as they pass by and enjoy your day to the fullest!

4. Virtual Appointments

Even though not all businesses are open, some do offer virtual experiences. Still can’t decide on what style of suits you want for your chambelan or want to choose your venue? Call and ask if virtual meetings or tours are an option, set one up, and plan from the comfort of your home!

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Jocelyn Pasillas

Author Jocelyn Pasillas

A strong woman looks a challenge in the eye and gives it a wink

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