just about here with the Cinco De Mayo holiday on May 5. It is a great
reason to have a casual get-together and an excuse for making a fresh pitcher
of Margaritas! Here are some easy ways to get you in the mood for a simple and
Start by sending out great e-invitations from Sendomatic here. With animation and music this is a quick and easy way to send out last minute invites!
This Cinco De Mayo Party was featured last year in the Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. Here are a few fun and simple ideas for your celebration!
A simple centerpiece of sunflowers and a mix of bottles. Etch
each guest lime with their initials and use as a drink tag. After having a wonderful time celebrating send your guests home with this easy cactus favor.
A simple centerpiece of sunflowers and a mix of bottles. Etch each guest lime with their initials and use as a drink tag. After having a wonderful time celebrating send your guests home with this easy cactus favor.
Let the fiesta begin with these great recipes from the Food Network in their special feature – Cinco De Mayo Fiesta Fare.
Find the recipes for the Mango Margaritas made with fresh mango puree, Chipotle Shrimp Taco with Avocado Salsa Verde, Cheese Nachos by Emeril Lagasse and more here.
Here are a few easy and festive DIY centerpieces that can be as inexpensive as a few dollars! How great would these be to make for a Summer Mexican Fiesta Party or the upcoming Cinco De Mayo. This is even something fun the kids could help with.
Here is all you need to make the paper candle holders...a few glass cylinders or vases and a multi-colored pack of tissue paper from the dollar store. I already owned the glass vases so my only cost was for the tissue paper...a dollar! See the complete instructions here.
I found these hats last year at Dollar Tree and used a few small potted flowers inside creating an inexpensive instant centerpiece. See more table ideas here.