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South Of The Border Fiesta

Spicy food… margaritas… brightly colored décor – it all adds up to a fun, festive South of the Border Fiesta! A fiesta is all about having a good time. And food. Lots and lots of food. In fact, food will most likely be the focal point of your party. Luckily, most Mexican food is easy to prepare, very popular and can be made in large batches.
  1. Margaritas
  2. Somberos
  3. Piñata Cookies
  4. Festive themed candy
  5. Mexican food. Nachos, Tamales, Tacos, Burritos
  6. Fake Mustache
  7. Piñata
  8. No fiesta is complete without some Latin music


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If the weather is nice, take your fiesta outdoors. If not, have it inside – a mid-winter fiesta can be a great way to spice things up in the midst of the cold-weather doldrums. Because there will be so much food (and beverages), you will probably need several tables. Borrow several folding tables from your workplace, school or church, if you can, or rent a few, and cover them in brightly colored tablecloths from a party supply store. Other decorations can include sombreros, colorful plates, bowls and serving utensils, streamers – things that are easy to find at any party supply store, and often even in your local dollar store. Small cacti in terra cotta pots make cute table centerpieces.

Invitations can be made from inexpensive, plain notecards. Simply stamp the word “fiesta” on the front and glue colorful crepe paper fringe on the front. The details can be typed up and printed on regular printer paper, then cut out and glued inside.

Now to the food! Your guests will enjoy a salsa bar where they choose any combination of salsa that they like. Provide a variety of tortilla chips for dipping. A make-your-own-burrito bar will also be a big hit, and the rest of the spread can consist of layered dips and colorful desserts, such as piñata cookies. Margaritas and Mexican beer can round out the food/beverage tables.

And last but not least – you MUST have a piñata! You could even have two piñatas – one for adults and one for kids. Fill the children’s piñata with candy, small toys and a mix of brightly colored candy to match your décor. The adult piñata can be filled with lottery scratcher tickets, gift cards and movie tickets, as well as the traditional candy.
A South of the Border party is all about fun, food and fellowship. Fiesta!

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