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Does Your Quince Dress Have to be White?

by Sylvia@Quinceanera-Boutique.com

Cielo wrote in asking about the traditional color of the Quinceañera dress . . .

Royal Blue DressThe Quince dress color was white in my day here in the U.S. (a very long time ago). But in Ecuador, for instance, the traditional dress color was pink, and they called their quince celebration a Fiesta Rosa.

About fifteen years ago, the quince dress moved towards color, but pale colors, like pink, baby blue and lavender. Today, the dress colors are bolder and brighter, and often drive the overall theme of the party. So, we now see blue dresses like Cinderella's and yellow dresses like Belle's. 

While customs evolve and take on the flavor of the times, the age-old traditions that express the sentiments of the event usually remain. Families usually incorporate one or more of these: The Religious Ceremony (usually a Mass), The Father-Daughter Dance (el Vals), The Last Doll (La Última Muñeca), The Changing of the Shoes (Cambio de la Zapatilla), and the Toast to the Quinceañera (el Brindis).

The beauty of celebrating a Quinceañera is that you can adapt your event to your budget, style and personality. As I like to say, you are only limited by your imagination!


Published 11/21/2016


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