Quinceanera and Sweet 16 Tiaras
The Tiara or Corona plays a role in the Quinceanera ceremony. It is traditional for the headpiece worn by the Quinceanera to be ceremoniously replaced with the Tiara. The "Crowning" is done either by her parents or the godparents presenting the gift. The Scepter is also presented to the Quinceanera at the same time. This ceremony usually takes place at the reception. Click here for more information on the Traditions
Most of our tiaras are available with the number 15 or 16 or your choice of either.
See a complete selection of ceremony pillows for carrying your tiara at our web page, Ceremony Pillows.
See our selection of smaller tiaras and decorative hair pieces at our web page, Headpieces & Headbands.
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Quinceanera champagne glass is engraved with a Quince Girl and the words Mis 15 Años. Choose your champagne flute with a sparkling gold rim or silver rim. Just what your quinceanera needs fo Click here
This dark red Dance Card is an easy, inexpensive way to invite selected guests to your Quinceanera or Sweet 16 Reception. Use it as part of your invitations, or separately for friends invited only Click here
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The Last Doll
|The Quinceanera Doll, also known as the Last Doll, is one of the traditions of the Quinceanera c|