Festivals and several celebrations liberate Australia, having a small or large party or fiesta counts as participation in such events. Indeed, planning themed parties can be a hassle to get the correct atmosphere and sense of enjoyment you would want people to experience.
A quinceañera is a rite of passage that turns a girl into a woman. It truly is a momentous day for young girls in Mexico and Latin America. However, planning it isn't a piece of cake. Not sure how to start planning for your Quinceañera Fiesta? Follow these seven simple steps to help you plan Mexican quinceañeras.
The sombrero is undoubtedly one of the most iconic representations of Mexican culture. To help you understand its role in local tradition, here is a quick overview of sombrero history.
Cinco de Mayo is an annual holiday that falls on the 5th of May, celebrating the Mexican army over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War in 1862. Hence, it is also known as ‘Battle of Puebla Day’. Here are some crazy facts about the holiday
Are you looking to host an event or just throw a fiesta to announce something special? On the Border will help you make your evening unforgettable. We serve high-quality and authentic Mexican cuisines with a range of chilled cocktails and other drinks for you to have a perfect fiesta!
Being rich in its culture, Mexico has more than 5000 traditional festivals that they celebrate all year round. Every month has something unique to offer from its lit festivities. So if you're planning a trip to Mexico, why not make it more special by having an experience of its events!
A generation ago, most birthday parties around Australia had a custom to stuff children with sugar-coated candies and sometimes whack them - calling it birthday bombs. Piñata has also become one of the favourite traditions in..
We're back with our Summer Fiesta! Join us from 1pm to 3 pm every Saturday and Sunday for our boozy Summer Fiesta. Enjoy four courses of OTB favourites plus all you can drink.
It is said that the word ‘Mirachi’ comes from a French word that means ‘marriage’. This is dated back to the French occupation of Mexico in the 1860s. But the actual origin of the name remains a mystery.
El Día de los Muertos literally means the Day of the Dead. It is a 3-day Mexican holiday that is celebrated from October 31 - November 2, every year.