Weddings – Mexican Style

With the growing popularity of Mexican food it is natural for people to want to host parties or wedding receptions at a Mexican restaurant. Mexican restaurants offer many themes that suite most weddings. 

Parties and wedding receptions in Mexican restaurants are very grand due to the lively Mexican culture. Mexican culture reflects the country’s long history due to the blending of various civilizations that have lived in Mexico and the various cultures that have immigrated into Mexico.

Benefits of a Mexican style wedding

Celebrating a wedding reception in the Mexican culture will surely be a memorable one. The bride with a beautiful Hyacinth on her ear and the groom wearing the banjo and a sombrero are some of the highlights of a Mexican wedding.

Most people opt for a Mexican restaurant to host their wedding because of the authentic food available. The array of delicious dishes can be served in the form of small bites too. The menu includes a variety of Mexican dishes. Some of which include guacamole and chips, flautas, nachos, tortillas, and many more.

Other features of a Mexican style wedding

For those looking to make the occasion even more special, some Tex-Mex restaurants offer a lot of locally made products, like handmade tacos and fresh homemade tamales. Tamales can be filled with chocolate to make delicious desserts that can be served after the reception. Many people would enjoy having chocolate in their wedding cake. This is another advantage a Mexican wedding can offer. Mexico is known for its mouth-watering chocolates too.

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Posted on April 30, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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