Quinceanera Cake Topper
A Quinceanera Cake Topper – A Great Gift for the Teen who has Everything
A quinceanera is an important right of passage for many Hispanic teenagers that occurs on (or celebrates) a girl’s 15th birthday. This celebration marks her transition into womanhood. For anyone outside of the loop, an invitation to a “quince” may illicit a few raised eyebrows and questions about what is expected of them (the guest), and what the experience may be like.
For many families, the quince is as important as the wedding day. The birthday girl wears a big beautiful dress, there is a processional likened to a wedding party, and there will be cake – Oh, will there be cake; possibly with a quinceanera cake topper crowning it.
So what to get for a girl who will likely be showered with gifts from her close friends and family? Consider a quinceanera cake topper. A quinceanera cake topper will probably be given a little too late to make it to the top of the cake during the quince, but it should not be discounted in its significance. The quince is an incredibly important right of passage, and a quinceanera cake topper to mark the occasion will surely be appreciated. The quinceanera cake topper can be treasured for years as a symbol of a girl’s acceptance into the adult community, and serves as a token to remind that girl not only of her experience during her quince, but of your part during that special time. A quinceanera cake topper doesn’t have to be a solo figurine if you want to mark the occasion in a different way – a