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pierdan la oportunidad de ser parte de este gran evento; y para nuestras princesas llega Q-CLUB card, un programa de descuento para que puedas tener lo mejor por menos. Quiero dar las gracias a toda la gente por su apoyo y preferencia, a todos nuestros patrocinadores, a todas las chicas que participaron en nuestro evento de COVERGIRL y a sus padres, a toda la gente que hace posible que QM esté presente en Utah, pero muy en especial a nuestro equipo de colaboradores porque sin su pasión y esfuerzo esto no sería posible; y como siempre a mi motor, Aisha y Natasha, las amo…que Dios los bendiga!!.

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It’s cheaper than live music. You get to listen to the original version of the songs. They can play anything you want. They could also be your MC... SOME QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK THE DJ OR BAND:

What does the price include? How long will they play music for? How many group members will show up? What kind of music they usually play? Does it include lighting? How much do they charge for an extra hour?


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THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING THE CAMERA GUY... EXPERIENCE: How long has he/she been doing this? Also, is this his/her full time job or just a hobby? PHOTOGRAPHIC STYLE - Fun, formal,artisitic, journalistic, all the above, etc... HONESTY - Is this the photographer that will be photographing your quinceañera or will they send in whomever is available. Don’t be shocked, this happens more often than you can imagine. HIS PERSONALITY - Do you get along with him/her? Is there “chemistry”? If you don’t, it will show in your pictures. APPEARENCE - Ask him/her what will wear the day of the event... NO JEANS PLEASE!!! DELIVERY - How long does he/she take to deliver your album? Believe it or not, some of them take more than a year! CONTRACT - Do you understand the contract? Make sure everything is written. Read it ALL. REFERENCES - A personal reference is always the best and people love to talk. Get a list of references from the photographer and check them out personally. A photographer who doesn’t have references or is afraid to give them to you may not be the person that you want to hire.

Questions to ask to the Photographer How long have you been in business? How many quinceañeras have you shot? What distinguishes your work from that of other photographers? Do you have a portfolio I can review? Can I see your most recent work? What type of equipment do you use? Can I give you a list of specific shots I would like? What information do I need to provide you before the EVENT day? Are you the photographer who will shoot my QUINCE? Do you have backup equipment? Are you photographing other events on the same day as mine? How will you (and your assistants) be dressed? Is it okay if other people take photos while you’re taking photos? How long after I order my photos/album will I get them?

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hairstyle and makeup is important, but make sure your guests can recognize you. You don’t want to go to your party and everyone is whispering who is she? Why is she in her dress? Are we at the wrong party? So make sure you are not hiding under the makeup.

Photo by: Oscar Picazo

When you go for an appoinTment you should have: • Pictures of hair STYLE or makeup that you like • Your hair accesSory (TOCADO OR TIARA) • Jewelry TO BE USED THAT DAY • A picture of your dress • A camera to take pictures

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YES TO: Say yes to dresses with lots of designs on the skirt like tulles and waves . It takes away attention from the bust area. Dresses with a straight corset and preferably with a strap. To a strapless dress. Unless the corset is straight.


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Those dresses with layers and layers of tulle were made for you. Almost any kind of dress will look good.

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A corset that ends in a peak. To soft fabrics like chifon, tafeta, or tul.

Those dresses with layers and layers of tulle were made for you. Almost any kind of dress will look good.

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Wide skirts and with lots of little designs on it. If the skirt is really shiny.

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They have a A line. Dark colors. Dresses with sleeves.

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The dress is really poofy. Light colors like yellow or baby blue.

Boring dresses with non-poofy skirts

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A dress with a lot of details on the bust area. A heart shaped corset. Ask them to put cups in the corset for a little help.

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Straight corsets. Plain corsets.

DRESS TERMINOLOGY

When you’re buying a dress the people helping you or the designer themselves will probably use a bunch of big words that you have never heard of, but we are here to help! Here are the most common words and theyre definitions:

Bolero: it’s a little vest that goes with your

Organza: it’s the most common fabric in

Corset: the more expensive dresses come in two

Shantung: Generally it’s made of silk, but

Recogido: these are details that go on the skirt.

Tafeta: Also common in quinceañera dresses.

dress and is usually just for the church.

pieces and the corset is the top part. It helps give you a figure .

It’s like a gathering on the fabric or a design on different parts of the skirt.

Corset de corazon: a corset with a heart shaped neckline.

Chifon: smooth fabric. It’s common in

dresses; it’s smooth and fresh.

there is also a synthetic version of it. This kind of material is expensive and not really worth it. It shines as you walk.

Tulle: A thin transparent fabric

that helps give volume to the dress. It’s also common in quinceanera dresses.

quinceañera dresses.

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De acuerdo al censo 2010 que realizó el gobierno de U.S. una mujer que puede hablar de cualquier tema con la población Hispana creció 4 veces más rápido que la cualquier persona, se maneja con confianza y tiene población total de Estados Unidos. un buen sentido del humor. Así que contestar SI a la pregunta 1 y 4 es algo relativamente común entre los habitantes de Estados Unidos. ¿Te gustaría ser Neolatina? Pero, veamos la pregunta 2 y 3. Saber de dónde vienes es conocer tu país de origen, aceptarlo, hacerlo tuyo, platicar con la gente, visitar sus playas, bosques, desiertos, Pues este es el mejor momento para empezar. selvas, montañas y comer los platillos tradicionales. Una Seguramente hoy tienes entre 13 y 16 años y estas a punto vez que hagas todo esto verás que estar orgullosa de tu de terminar High School así que empieza a investigar a qué país es facilísimo. Universidad te gustaría asistir. Qué te gustaría estudiar y porqué. Ayuda a tus padres y sé más activa ayudando a Ser educada significa obedecer a tus padres, ayudarlos, tu comunidad. Pregúntate ¿qué quieres hacer de tu vida?, entenderlos y apoyarlos. Por el otro lado tener una buena ¿cómo te ves cuando tengas 20 años? Diviértete con tus educación significa que tengas buenas calificaciones en amigos pero respétate. Abre tu mente a otras culturas y sé la escuela y además que leas y entiendas varios temas más consciente del acontecer en otras partes del mundo. adicionales. Hemos dicho que si tienes todo lo anterior apenas vas a la mitad del camino, porque…

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Having a mariachi play at your quince is . But even if everything is untraditional you should still have them play because they are entertaining and your guests will enjoy singing along to songs like “CIELO ROJO” o “EL MARIACHI LOCO”. Here we have some tips about how you should choose a Mariachi to play at your quince

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How many hours will they stay for that price? How many members will go to your quince? How much do they charge FOR AN extra hour?

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? t n a w u o y o d y t r a p f What kind o Take this quiz to find out what kind of party you may want!

1. WHAT DO YOU DO ON THE WEEKENDS?

5. WHAT’S YOUR GREATEST WISH FOR THAT DAY?

AS I’M WITH FRIENDS! C) VISIT COUSINS, ETC.

B) THAT EVERYBODY SHOWS UP. C) FOR EVERYTHING TO GO

A) GO TO THE MOVIES. B) DOESN’T MATTER AS LONG

2. WHAT ARE YOU THE MOST EXCITED ABOUT FOR YOUR QUINCE? A) BECAUSE EVERYBODY WHO

IS ANYBODY WILL BE THERE! B) BECAUSE ITS MY DAY AND NOBODY IS TAKING MY SPOTLIGHT! C) PLANNING IT.

3. WHAT ARE YOUR PARENTS’ OPINIONS?

A) I CAN CHOOSE WHATEVER I WANT BUT I ASK THEIR OPINION ANYWAYS. B) THEY TELL ME NOT TO GO CRAZY AND TAKE THINGS SLOWLY. C) TO ENJOY BEING WITH FRIENDS, BUT DON’T FORGET YOUR FAMILY.

4. HOW LONG AGO DID YOU START PLANNING YOUR QUINCE?

A) FOR ME AND EVERYBODY ELSE TO HAVE FUN.

GREAT AND THAT I DON’T MESS UP ON THE COREOGRAPHY!

6. WHAT DO YOU NOT WANT AT YOUR QUINCE?

A) RIDICULOUS LOOKING WAITERS B) MARIACHIS, BANDAS OR GRUPOS NORTENOS.

C) PARTY CRASHERS.

7. MUST BE’S AT YOUR PARTY A) GREAT MUSIC AND A GREAT ENVIORMENT.

B) ORIGINALITY. C) MY DAMAS AND CHAMBELANES.

8. MOST IMPORTANT A) HAVING FUN AND NO STRESS WHATSOEVER.

B) FOR EVERYONE TO

HAVE A GREAT TIME. C) FOR IT TO BE A GREAT MEMORY FOR ME AND MY FAMILY.

A) WHEN MY FRIENDS

STARTED HAVING THEIRS. B) A YEAR AGO. C) SINCE I WAS 10.

MOSTLY A’s You like to party. Dancing and having fun is your thing . Your party can be at a club type of thing . You can have a live band if you’d like. The food isn’t that high on the “to stress about” list. What is big on that list would be where you are having it at. If you are not very traditional the organizing of a party won’t take much time. MOSTLY B’s You are super social, so it won’t matter where you have it you’ll have fun. You like to be the center of attention and like to have things your way. You are very creative and a theme might be good for you.

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MOSTLY C’s This has probably been your dream since your were like 5 so here’s a chance to make that dream come true. You’re a dreamer and like things the traditional way. Family is the most important thing to you and you want to have them all be able to be there to share it with you. You want the more traditional things like the father / daughter dance and making some kind of thank you speech.

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