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Are you fifteen Are you a girl Do you live in Mexico If youre not I would bet you would want to be for one special celebration This celebration is for la quinceanera or the birthday of a fifteen year old girl A lot of work and preparation is put into this a church service and a party celebrating the womanhood of the girl The church service is for thanks and wishes to God The party is a time of excitement and fun for the girl and the guests The celebration is a turning point in the girls life It is a symbol of the girl becoming a woman showing her that she has more responsibilities and it is a time for her life to take a direction Weeks and sometimes even months of preparation go into her birthday Since this celebration is so important to the girl and her family they try to make it perfect The first preparation is usually finding a salon and a church to have the party and ceremony The girl then buys invitations and picks her guests Since the girl wants to look beautiful a princess-like dress is bought or often made for the girl Most of the dresses are pink white or peach and are very detailed Dancing is a big part of the party so a choreographer is usually hired The girl will pick four to six chamberlains The chamberlains are usually a boy that the girl knows The girl dances the waltz with each of the chamberlains The choreographer starts practicing weeks before the party so everything will be perfect Then a massive cake is ordered or made The cake is equivalent to those at American weddings Food is then chosen by the family It is a full course meal Finally a photographer is hired to videotape and take pictures of the church service and party They are kept by the family as
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