Over 30 Fun Cinco de Mayo Finds

I love entertaining with a theme and lucky for me, the colorful Mexican celebration Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner (a big deal where I grew up in California!). Fun fact: though it’s commonly mistaken as the day of Mexican independence, the holiday actually commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Below, find some of my favorite finds for a memorable Mexican fiesta (ginger margaritas, please!).

Blue Rim Margarita Glass

Raney Tassel Placemat

Blue Outdoor Pitcher

Hand-Embroidered Otomi Placemat

Tava Chip and Dip

Confetti Double Old-Fashioned Glasses

Terra Cotta Tortilla Warmer

Mexican Striped Cocktail Napkins

Rue Aqua Margarita Glass

Del Sol Melamine Dinner Plates

Avocado Mini Pinatas

Pink Striped Napkin

Del Sol Chip and Dip

Otomi Placemats

Miguel Margarita Glass

Puebla Dinner Plate

Sombrero Cocktail Napkin

Stemless Wine Glasses

Bowl Molcajete

Tulum Appetizer Plates

Turquoise Napkin with Fringe

Mexican Table Runner

Cobalt Margarita Glass

Margarita Mix

Hand Painted Pink Skull (more Día de los Muertos, but I love it so much)

Cactus Corn Holders

Puebla Bowls

Cotton Napkins

Skull Candle

Lime Green Napkins

Aqua Pitcher

Faux Potted Succulents

Glaze Salad Plate

Margarita Glass

Classic Margarita Salt

Stripe Glasses

Mexico: The Cookbook

Melamine Chip and Dip

Otomi Napkins

Margarita Glasses

Papel Picado Banner

Reclaimed Teak Cutting Board

Extra Dry Cocktail Napkins

Recycled Glass Carafe

Turquoise Cotton Napkins

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One comment on “Over 30 Fun Cinco de Mayo Finds

  1. Jamie

    I love that Mexico cookbook! This is such a wonderful roundup (and I love that you incorporated Mexican crafts/Otomi).

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