Day of the Dead

Día de Muertos is a holy day in which people remember all of those passed away during the year and in previous periods. While they may be gone, they will never be forgotten. It is important to pay your respects to the deceased. However, that does not mean it is a moment where you frown upon their deaths. You remember their life. You think about all of the fun times you have had with them and your keep them in your heart. Celebrate their life when you get the Day of the Dead party supplies. You will be given an assortment of party   kits and accessories that will be beneficial for your festivities.

Take a peek at all of our offerings of accessories that we have in store. You will be able to pick up a variety of items that are essential for your day of the dead festivities. You can pick up luncheon plates that feature skulls that are gloriously designed with lovely decorative features and a variety of colors that will surely dazzle people. You can also pick up black napkins that will fit the theme of the bash. If you need all these contents in one purchase, then look at our ultimate party kits that can fill up an entire picnic or household for the celebrations.

Day of the Dead Party Ideas

Celebrated on November 1st in Mexico and by those of Mexican descent living in other places, the Day of the Dead is a day of prayer and remembrance for friends and family members who have died. Join in this colorful tradition by hosting a Fiesta del Dia de los Muertos of your own. Check out our Day of the Dead Party Ideas to help inspire a celebration of your own. 

DIY Sugar Skull Centerpiece

It's not a Day of the Dead celebration without sugar skulls. The skulls are typically made of sugar and are handcrafted and decorated to honor the dead. That's why a sugar skull would make the perfect centerpiece. Following along with the steps to create this easy Sugar Skull Centerpiece for your celebration. 

Sugar Skull Sugar Cookies

Offering tables are a staple during the traditional festivities of Día de Muertos. They're typically filled with sweet rolls, flowers and candies in addition to the favorite foods of deceased ancestors. Sugar skulls are also commonly found on this table as well. Create your own Sugar Skull Sugar Cookies by following along with our tutorial. 

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