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Make your own papel picado (festive banners of intricately-cut paper) with paper, string, scissors, and tape. Hang it above the doorway or on the wall in front of the buffet table. 
For DIY vases, pick up Mexican or Spanish canned goods at the grocery store. Use the ingredients in your party platter and repurpose the cans as vases.
A special margarita blender will ensure the party
never stops.
Lanterns and candles provide light and create a magical ambiance throughout the party.
Display easy-to-make beverages, like horchata, sangria, and iced tea, in labeled beverage dispensers.

Whether you're prepping for Cinco de Mayo or looking
to add a little south-of-the-border flavor, we've got ideas that will help you turn your party into a true fiesta. A get-together like this calls for bright colors, Mexican food, and of course, delicious margaritas.

Table linens and glasses in a variety of bold, festive hues will help set the scene. Stock up on tortilla chips, salsa, and guacamole for appetizers. For the main dish, try a taco bar or a make-your-own quesadilla set-up with a quesadilla maker on the buffet table. Either way, a buffet spread lets guests pick what they want and gives you more time to enjoy the party!

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