Cinco de Mayo has always inspired us with it’s vivid colors, delicious food and authentic attire. This year we couldn’t wait to teach our kids the meaning behind Cinco de Mayo as well as celebrate this holiday. Though this year still looks quite different than the years past, we are still trying to create magic moments for them to enjoy.
This year most likely we will do a taco bar at home featuring homemade tacos, guacamole and flan (with the kids' help). We will decorate with colorful banners, dress up and create authentic paper flower crowns - we love this paper flower DIY by Jenn Torres
Photos taken at 8th street market in Bentonville.