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Music is a
critical component of any memorable
Quinceañera. There are music
choices that can be
used for every part of the celebration - from
grand entrance for the Quince, to the Quince waltz
with Dad, to the dance with the Court, and
much more. Audio Star
DJ's will help you make the
best choices for those special moments.
We provide Music to cover each part of
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The Quinceañera is a celebration of faith, and traditions. It
marks the symbolic transition of a young girl’s childhood to
becoming a young woman on her 15th birthday. Traditionally, this day
also marks the time when a Quinceañera will be allowed to wear
jewelry, light make-up, heeled shoes, and began socializing or
The Quinceañera has deep religious traditions in Latin
American families. A special religious service takes place where the
young girl re-affirms her faith in front of her family, friends and
the church. The Padrinos & the Court of Honor are also present at
the church. The Padrinos play a very significant role at the church
ceremony where the Quinceañera has many religious items (see below)
that are sponsored by the Padrinos. The Padrinos will also re-affirm
to the church they will assist the Quince in her young adulthood
The religious ceremony is followed by a grand
celebration for the Quince, her family, friends, and guests
where she will partake in more traditions that signify her
transition from a young girl to a young lady.
■Quinceañera Court of Honor: One of the
special traditions is the
Quinceañera court of honor. Family members
and close friends are
usually chosen to be in the court of honor.
Quince which means
15 is usually the total for the court of honor.
■There are traditionally 14 boys called chamberlains, and 14
called damas, the Quinceañera makes the total 15.
■There are also “half” courts consisting of 7 boys & 7
girls, and the
Quinceañera. Occasionally, the Quince will have a
will escort her during the grand celebration.
■Today, there are other variations to the court, including
all boys, all
girls, or no court at all.
■Quinceañera Padrinos: The Quinceañera must select Padrinos
make up the rest of the Court. The Padrinos are there to lend
religiously, educationally, and monetarily when it comes to
celebration. The Padrinos play a very important role in
Quince and her family during the entire Quinceañera
can take many months to prepare and the cost may
be more than most
wedding’s! It is an honor for the Padrinos to get
chosen to be part of the
■Padrinos de Honor are usually the Padrinos that baptized the
child and are
the Padrinos of the Misa/Arreglos de iglesia (church).
■The court may also include: Presenter of the shoes, The
Grandparents of the Quinceañera, The Parents of the Quinceañera...
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■After the religious ceremony is complete
the Quinceañera receptions begins! Usually at
a banquet hall or reception area. Alternatively, more
and more Quinceañera church ceremonies and the reception are
being done in the same location, such as a banquet or
reception facility. There is plenty of food, drinks and
music! For all of the family, friends, and guests!
continue at the Quinceañera reception. The reception is much like a
formal ball or cotillion. The Court of honor and Padrinos are
usually dressed in formal wear and gowns. The Quinceañera reception
will consist of formal dances called vals or waltz. The vals or
waltz also symbolizes the Quince’s first dance(s) as a young woman
at a formal event. “Su primer vals”. Her first Waltz.
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