Quinceanera Day Of Organizer

Quinceanera Day Of Organizer

July 20, 2022
By The Queenly Team

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The day of your event, you will have what seems like a million people asking you a million questions about where to be and when to set up. Use our Day-Of Organizer to keep track of alllllll the details! You will feel so much better when you can see all the times, tasks, and assignments laid out in front of you.
Click to download the organizer here.

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Click to download the organizer here.

Just breathe! Your big day is here! Keep track of the entire schedule using the timeline below.


8:00am Hair and Makeup - Arrive with dry hair and a clean, moisturized face, and wear a robe or button down shirt (this makes it easy to change into your gown after the makeup is done).

10:30am Get Dressed - Don't forget to eat breakfast before you get dressed! You'll have a long day ahead of you!

11:00am Limo Pick Up - Take a stroll around town with your court! Renting a limo for your quinceanera is a fun way to treat your court.

12:00pm Religious Celebration (Mass) - The Quinceafiera is walked down the aisle accompanied by her parents and padrinos, and presented for the Mass.

1:30pm Religious Celebration Flowers - The Quinceafiera will leave her natural flower bouquet at the church as an offering.

2:30pm 📸 Pictures - Adding props like sunglasses or doing fun poses is always fun, don’t forget your "Must Have Shots"!

4:00pm The lntroduction of the Court of Honor: Your court, made up of the by damas and chambelanes.

4:30pm Quinceanera Reception: The court of honor is presented first, prior to the Quinceanera.

4:35pm The Presentation of the Quinceanera - A Quinceafiera may choose to walk in on the arm of her Chambelan de Honor.

4:45pm Toast #1 - Make a seperate list of who will speak during the toast; Include parents, grandparents, padrinos, and friends.

5:00pm Dinner Time - Make sure all your guests are seated and served for your reception dinner.

6:00pm Toast #2/Memory Video - If you have multiple family members or friends making toasts, you can break up the silence of dinner with these toasts.

7:00pm Crowning of the Quinceafiera - The Quinceanera is traditionally crowned by her mother or madrina. The Quinceanera’s scepter can also be presented at this time.

7:15pm Changing of the Shoes - If you have multiple family members or friends making toasts, you can break up the silence of dinner with these toasts.

7:30pm Presentation of the Last Doll/Father Daughter Dance - The Quinceafiera will give away her doll, and dance with her father.

8:00pm The Quinceanera Waltz/ Surprise Dance - The highlight of the Quinceanera is the dance... your guests can’t wait to see this part!

8:30pm Quinceanera Toast - The Quinceanera should thank her parents and padrinos during this toast.

8:45pm Cake - Time to cut the cake! Have some extra tias on hand to help pass out the cake to guests.

9:00pm Quinceafiera Exits - The event comes to a close. Have a good night!

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