Quinceanera Invitation Sayings

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Quinceanera Invitation Sayings
You may wish to include a response card with your quinceanera invitation. (accepting the inviye image by Bettina Baumgartner from Fotolia.com)

You and your family have been planning and dreaming of your quinceanera since you were born, or so it seems. Everything must be perfect, starting with the invitations sent to your guests. The invitations need to reflect the theme and whether the party will be more formal, informal, or traditional. Regardless, adding a saying, verse, or quote can personalise your quinceanera invitation.

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Quinceanera invitation sayings for a formal party need to be solemn and dignified to reflect the elegance of the occasion. The website QuinceaneraInvitations.net suggests including a saying such as: "I had a dream as a child, a wish that I would have a party in a ballroom," and "The big day has arrived. I thank God for allowing my parents to give me this party today." Samples-Help website offers more sentimental sayings for a formal quinceanera invitation, like: "For yesterday's childhood memories, today's love and tomorrow's dreams."


With an informal quinceanera invitation that reflects the theme of the party, you can include a more lighthearted saying than in a formal invitation. IRA's Peripheral Vision website offers a variety of lively quinceanera sayings. A few examples are: "Prepare for an evening of enchantment, Only once in her life does a girl turn Sweet 15!" and "It's a magical time when the whole world seems to gleam, There's a party for our princess (girl's name). With dancing and fun! Celebrate under the stars with everyone." Or, "Say goodbye to dollies and toys...Say hello to make-up and boys!"


For a truly traditional quinceanera celebration party send your invitations written in Spanish, or Spanish first, followed by an English translation. Ask for assistance from relatives, a friend, or teachers who are fluent in the language if you are not bilingual . A more common Spanish saying used in quinceanera invitations is: "Estás cordialmente invitado/invitada a mi fiesta de quince años," which means, "You are cordially invited to my quinceanera." QuinceaneraInvitations.net offers many more Spanish sayings for you to use.

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