Viva Mexico

FIESTACome join us for a some chic mexican fiesta!
BY INVITATION ONLY
If you would like to receive an invitation please email us at:
info@vivagreetings.com with the Subject: Invitation
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May
Cinco de Mayo
Contrary to popular belief, Cinco de Mayo is not the celebration of Mexico’s independence day. The reason why Cinco de Mayo is celebrated with such veracity in the U.S. is the “Good Neighbor Policy” which President Franklin Roosevelt enacted in 1933 in his first inaugural address to encourage and improve relations with Latin American countries. Cinco de Mayo became a popular celebration of Mexican heritage and picked up steam in the United States during this period.
Dress Code: Mexican Chic
Hour: 6-10
Location: Atlanta, GA
Email us for location & directions: info@vivagreetings.com

Mini Bites
Selected Vendors
Selected Tastings
Goodie Bags
Drinks
Photo Booth

Payments:
If you have received your invitation please make a payment.
Remember that each code is unique. You must have it in order to make payment.


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September
Viva México
In Mexico, September is el “mes de la patria” (month of the homeland), and sometimes it seems as though the whole country is painted in green, white and red the colors of the Mexican flag. Colorful and patriotic festivities celebrating the events that led up to Mexico’s Independence from Spain are held throughout the country, culminating on the 15th and 16th.
Dress Code: Mexican Chic
Hour: 10am-1pm
Location: Atlanta, GA
Email us for location & directions: info@vivagreetings.com

Mini BitesSelected Vendors
Selected Tastings
Goodie Bags
Drinks

Payments:
If you have received your invitation please make a payment.
Remember that each code is unique. You must have it in order to make payment.
Vendors:
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October
Viva la Vida
Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) is elebrated throughout Mexico, October 31st, November 1st and 2nd. Deceased relatives are remembered and honored in cemeteries and family homes in this unique cultural celebration. Festivities that take place are very colorful.
Dress Code: Mexican Chic
Hour: 10am-1pm
Location: Atlanta, GA
Email us for location & directions: info@vivagreetings.com

Mini Bites
Selected Vendors
Selected Tastings
Goodie Bags
Drinks

Payments:
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November
¡Lotería!
Come and join us for a night of Lotería. Lotería is often referred to as “Mexican Bingo”. The game is much more visually and intellectually engaging and fun. The announcer gives an improvised short poem or familiar phrase alluding to the image on the card. Each player uses a chip -often a kernel of corn or a bean-to mark the corresponding spot on his or her tabla. In either game, the first player to appropriately fill the game board in a predefined pattern will shout  “Lotería!” to win the game and receive the prize.

Dress Code: Mexican Chic
Hour: 10am-1pm
Location: Atlanta, GA
Email us for location & directions: info@vivagreetings.com

Mini Bites
Selected Vendors
Selected Tastings
Goodie Bags
Drinks

Payments:
If you have received your invitation please make a payment.
Remember that each code is unique. You must have it in order to make payment.