Perhaps the most significant function among Tejano families, quinceañeras celebrate a girl’s fifteenth birthday. Tejanos consider these celebrations, which derive from Aztec culture, rites of passage in which teenage girls pass into womanhood. Quinceañeras can range from humble gatherings in the home to extravagant red-carpet affairs, but most involve music, flowers, dancing and a special dress worn by the birthday girl.

Whether large or small, quinceañeras almost always include fresh flowers.

Great flower ideas for a quinceañera, Refreshment tables, dining tables and seating areas all improve with the addition of seasonal flower bouquets. Of course, any bouquet of flowers should match the color of the quinceañera dress. Consequently, individual flowers can then be incorporated as personal accessories.