Birthday traditions vary from country to country. Hispanic birthday traditions include intricate decorations, pinatas, traditional food, quinceaneras, and birthday taps. Some traditions are very similar to American birthday traditions such as having grand parties with many friends and family members. Although a fraction of birthday traditions are more specific to countries, many spanish-speaking countries share the same birthday customs. One of the most popular birthday traditions would be Las Mananitas
Jake Lapyuk Professor Reyes Ortega History 23 20 September 2014 Origins of Quinceanera No one knows where Quinceanera originated from, but it is believed to date all the way back to Aztec times. This is because in Aztec times when a young woman was at the age of fifteen she was getting prepared for marriage at that point. A Quinceanera is a party for a girl for her fifteenth birthday which brings her from childhood to adulthood. Being the father must be hard knowing his daughter is growing up.