Tacos have always been a popular dinner dish, but this tasty treat is currently experiencing a popularity like never before. People are demonstrating their love for tacos with T-shirts, plush taco toys, and even little taco holder is designed to help you eat your taco in style.
The taco trend is fine and delicious and provides the perfect party theme. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, a special occasion, or just want to get folks together for some fun, you can throw a fabulous taco party. It’s a great theme for both kids and adults. Here are some ideas to get you started.
It’s fairly simple to make invitations that look like tacos. Get some taco colored card stock and cut a half circle glue little pieces of green and red construction paper to the edge to look like lettuce and tomatoes.
On the side of your invitation, write something like, “let’s taco about Elizabeth’s birthday!“ Your invitation for adults could say “come to our fiesta for tacos and tequila!“
Think Mexico when you decorate the space for your taco party. Use brightly colored crepe paper on the ceiling, and hang strings of lights. Chili peppers and morocco‘s are fabulous details. Cover chairs with blankets, those heavy throws with brightly colored stripes, and put an inflatable cactus or two in the corner. You’ll be able to find plenty of great decor at a party store or dollar store. Look for Cinco de Mayo or Day of the dead party decorations. Create is signed up for your front door.
Your obvious food choice for a taco party is tacos, and one of the best things about tacos is that everyone of your gas can create the perfect, personalized taco.
Set up your taco table with soft and crispy taco shells. Offer a variety of feelings like beef, chicken, pork, shrimp and fish. Don’t forget rice and beans for vegetarians. Add as many toppings as your table will hold. Provide gas with bowls full of cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, peppers, all lives and different types of salsa. Finish off the options with taco sauce, and guacamole
If you have enough room and adventurous guests, consider offering some unusual toppings as well. These might be bacon, coleslaw, mushrooms, pineapple or even french fries.
No matter what you are celebrating, it’s not a party until you bring out the desert. If you’re handy in the kitchen, you can make your own chocolate taco shells. Alternatively, you can let your guests build open faced tacos on his owls.
Put out ice cream, a variety of candies, chopped nuts and Sunday sauces. You can also provide fresh cut fruit into small pieces.
If you happen to be throwing a Birthday party, you can make a taco cake by cutting a round cake in half and using toothpicks to make it stand on its side. Cover the cake with yellow icing, and add frosting on the inside that looks like taco toppings. Squiggles of green icing look like lettuce, and small round candies can represent veggies.
Adding tacos to your next birthday party will be a great addition that your guests are sure to enjoy!