We are currently putting together the last details of my daughters quinceanera, which is March 29, 2003. Do you have a program or an outline of the step by step procedures that happen at the reception that you could kindly share with me. I`m not sure when the waltz is suppose to happen i.e. After dinner before dinner, also the presentation of her and the court.
4:15 – Dinner (#1songs where playing for each year she was born)
5:15 – Introduction of birthday girl with father or escort. Then mother crowns birthday girl, birthday girl is presented with a special ring, then changing of her shoes. It can be done different ways, but the changing of the shoes should be done last cause after that is done, she dances with her father with the song they have chosen. When the song is over, then the father hands her over to the escort and dance the waltz including the court if any. Once waltz is completed they walk out and then dancing can begin with everyone.
6:00 – 6:15 – Then birthday girl presents the doll over to a younger sister or younger family member or special friend. Then after that she does her Thank you speech followed by parents speeches to birthday girl. Then more dancing and games where done for
Centerpieces and prizes. Prizes where given away by DJ.
7:00 – Cake cutting
Dancing till 9:00
Reception was 4:00p to 9:00p
But I have the same question as Deedee
I think there are so many ideas that are out there for Quincenearas that nothing is the norm. I have read many good ideas. You just take what you like and fit it into your schedule for the big day. My granddaughters quince is Feb 22 and this is the timing of events for the day.
Church blessing: 6pm (blessing takes 20/min maximum.
The court presentation is what will start our dance (8pm)
Quinceneara gets crowned
Father/daughter dance. The father will hand her to her grandfather(s) for a short dance and then her godfather.
Qunceneara dances with escort who will escort her to each of the chambelaines for a very short dance with all 14 of them.
Around 9- the sponsors will be recognized and given thank you tokens (i.e. Boutineers/corasages).
10pm cutting of the cake
11pm dollar dance
12pm Quinceaneras Thank You Speech
1pm Dance is Over
My granddaughter begged not to make her dance with a doll. She said she would be embarrassed. So we are not doing the doll tradition. We are also not doing the shoe tradition. To be honest we never heard of that tradition but it has a good meaning behind it.
I thought the doll tradition was that u pass the doll down to a younger sister or friend -symbolizing leaving ur childhood -not that u dance with the doll.
Im hoping/planning on having a band and a DJ. I need a band for like the parents and them people that are gonna be there and a DJ for like the younger people. How do u think I should go about this in the actual thing? Like I know that Im gonna have to split up times and stuff but what times are the best? How should I go about this? My reception/dance is probably gonna be around like 4:30 pm to like 2:00 am. The dance part is probably gonna start around like close to 7 pm but Im not sure. Should the times be different?
I think that Im gonna change some of my times. I think that the reception/dance is gonna begin around 5:30 to like 2 am And the dance part probably around 7:15
Thanx very much and god bless! =)
-I get my shoe changed
-I get presented my ultima muneca
-I dance with my dad (good songs are: Ultima Muneca, De Nina A Mujer, Mi Nina Bonita)
-Dance with my padrinos (don`t know what song, any help?)
-My court enters (song I`m using is this one song that sounds like a march, commonly used)
-First vals is done (song: Vals de Adelina)
-I dance with my guys and at same time the girls are lead out (song:Tiempo de Vals)
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