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I’m crazy for Emily’s Tex Mex Fiesta inspiration board and so excited to show y’all my color palette picks. The sunset reds and Gulf Coast corals are a fun spin on the Tex Mex Fiestas of old and would be a great color palette for a welcome or rehearsal dinner. It reminds me of salsa dancing all night!

A. Rehydrate with a fizzy drink. We’re fans of Izze Esque Sparking Watermelon. Guests will love the taste and the fun glass bottle!

B. Dap your lips with Splendid by Smashbox and remember keep a tube in your clutch for refreshing after kisses!

C. A flirty top is a must-have! I love this rose print laser cut top from Asos.

D. We love these tassled napkins from Sur La Table. The color and subtle texture just scream festive fiesta!

E. Serve up some yummy tapas on this Anthropologie platter. They’ll add some color to your table without taking the spotlight away from the food.

F. Add a pop of color to your nails with Essie nail polish in Shop Til I Drop.

G. You can’t go wrong with an awesome pair of shoes. These fun Badgley Mischka heels will look festive as you dance the night away.

H. Add some sparkle to your right hand with this Aldo flower ring. It will look fabulous as you sip from your margarita and hug guests hello.

I. This flowing red and aptly named Havana Fresca skirt will look amazing on the dance floor as you salsa the night away.

J. Mexican bunting is perfect for a fiesta! Pair it with some string lights and you have the ideal ambiance.

K. Deck your lawn with this lawn chair. The pop of color and wrought iron design will invited guests to sit after dancing.

L. Cool down with these cute strawberry margarita pops! Cheers will abound over the bright red drinks-turned-popsicles.

M. Decorate your tables or send guests home with a beautiful succulent plant.

What do you think of our Fiesta picks?

nicoleyang Written with love by Nicole
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