Show your appreciation to your quince court

Lovely Gift Ideas for Your Quince Court

Quince Madrina

Recently many quinceañeras have picked up the thoughtful idea of getting gifts for their quince court.


Here are some ideas to surprise your quince court with, as a means of saying “thank you” for attending your quinceañera.


For the ladies…
For the ladies in your quince court, you can’t go wrong with a charming bracelet or necklace. A friendship-inspired piece with a heart shaped pendant will serve as a reminder of your friendship. You can surprise your damas with this token of love prior to the church event for them to wear throughout the entire evening. Not only will your dazzling damas look nicely uniformed, but they’ll also have with them a token of your friendship close to their heart.

For the fellas’…
For the fellas’ in your court, you can also get them something that they can wear on the day of your Quinceanera. Personalized cufflinks or a unique tie that matches your quince look are some gift choices you may consider. If your chambelanes are mostly into music, you can select cufflinks with an image of a musical note or guitar to add that personal touch. Personalized key chains are also popular for young men as well as funky shoe laces that they incorporate into their chambelan look. Have some fun with your fellas’ and use your sense of humor to choose a gift that will have them smiling all day long!

For both…

If you want to spare yourself the heartache of choosing separate gifts for both your damas and your chambelanes, consider a unisex gift. Maybe choose a CD of their choice, cool ear-plugs, or a personalized picture frame for your quince court. The personalized picture frame can be for a  group picture of you and your entire quince court!



Quince Madrina

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  • Gomez ,Victoria

    This really helped! Thank you so much!
    One question I have is what should be the age ranges in your quince court?
    Please, anyone?

    • Alyssa

      It usually depends on how you organize your court. Some quinces have chambelanes and damas around the age of 14 to 17 and then they sometimes have a younger pair around the ages of 6. (usually a younger sister or brother)

  • Linnie

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