The baptism after party always requires a dose of Mariachi music. We can make sure your party is one that will be spoken about for years to come. Baptism is a special event for all Catholics. It’s the time when a Catholic family dedicates their little one to the service of God and the Catholic Church.
For Hispanic Catholics, baptism is a widely celebrated event. Little girls are dressed in expensive gowns and little boys are afforded baby-size suites. Parties, celebrations and gifts are all a part of the traditional Hispanic baptism. Certain saints, sayings and icons are specific to Hispanic baptisms that would make great gifts for any Hispanic baptism. Add a personal touch to each gift you give for a lasting impression. In the Latino community, the godparents are not just padrinos, but also share a special bond with the parents of the child as “compadres” or “co-parents.”
A good padrino (godfather) and madrina (godmother) should be: Someone you are close to and trust. Loving, nurturing, responsible and dependable. Someone who is a good role model for your child, spiritually and otherwise. Deciding to have your child christened or baptized is a reason to praise and celebrate! It’s a time to invite family and friends to gather round for a party and talk about the reason for all of it. I want to share with you some precious ways for you and your family to celebrate this important commemoration with a mariachi band just like Mariachi Perla Tapatia to spice your event.